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Paul, Grace and Freedom

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This collection of twelve essays will celebrate the distinguished contribution of Professor John Kenneth Riches to biblical interpretation. The international selection of contributors are all either former students or colleagues of Professor Riches and the focus of the essays all reflect (and extend) Professor Riches’ particular research interests and contribution to biblical and theological studies. The essays in this volume are clustered around two closely related topics: historical and theological contributions to understanding the nature of Christian freedom and agency, and studies which investigate how Paul’s thought has been interpreted in diverse settings. All the contributors have been asked to centre their thinking around the following issues: how does the grace of being ‘in Christ’ transform and restore those who receive it in faith, how far they are, as it were, responsible for that transformation, how far their is identity changed by their union with Christ, and how are they to make ethical decisions, are they to be guided (and goaded?) by the law, or are to be led by the Spirit and called to discern what is right and good in the law?There are four parts to this book. Part I explores grace and human agency by looking at texts both within and outside of the New Testament, highlighting the themes of ethical responsibility and freedom. Part II turns to look at how Pauline themes of grace and the Christian life have been interpreted at various points of Christian history. Part III reflects John Riches’ substantial interest in and contribution to African biblical interpretation and includes essays that investigate how Paul is appropriated in African contexts. Part IV reflects John Riches’ interest in the mutual engagement between theology and Scripture and includes contributions investigating the theological aspects of the Law and the Spirit, and transformation in Christ in the theology and ethics of P.T. Forsyth.

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PART I: Grace and Human Agency in the New Testament and Other Writings


John Barclay, 'Paul and Philo'


Troels Engberg-Pedersen, 'Paul and the Stoics'


David Sim, 'The Torah in Paul and Matthew: Two Early Christian Perspectives'


Joel Marcus, The Human Subject in the Gospel of Mark


Karen Wenell, 'Law, Kingdom and Spirit in the Ethics of Jesus and Paul'



PART II: Paul and Grace in Historical Perspective


Paul Middleton, '"Dying we live": Paul and the Martyrs'


Stephen Chester, 'Paul and Luther on Christian Freedom'


Christopher Rowland, 'William Blake and Life in the Divine Body'



PART III: Readings of Paul in Africa


Gerald West, 'Constructing African Christianity: The Voice of Paul in the Formative Teachings of Isaiah Shembe'


Leslie Milton, '"Your circumcision has become uncircumcision": context and culture in New Testament study'



PART IV - Theological Perspectives on the Law and Life 'In Christ'


Angus Paddison, 'P.T. Forsyth, Ethics, and Regeneration'


Ben Quash, 'The Law and the Spirit in Christian Life'



Afterword by John Riches

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Paul, Grace and Freedom
Sous-titre: Essays in Honour of John K. Riches
Éditeur:
Code EAN: 9780567447548
ISBN: 978-0-567-44754-8
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (pdf)
Editeur: Bloomsbury Usa
Genre: Religion, théologie
nombre de pages: 234
Parution: 01.03.2009
Année: 2009
Sous-titre: Englisch