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An introduction to the Catholic Epistles / Darian Lockett.

Author/Creator:
Lockett, Darian R., author.
Publication:
London ; New York, New York : T & T Clark, 2012.
Series:
T & T Clark approaches to biblical studies.
T&T Clark Approaches to Biblical Studies
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (274 p.)
Subjects:
Bible. Catholic Epistles -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
A new introduction to the Catholic Epistles
Contents:
Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Catholic Epistles: One Voice or Many?; What are the Catholic Epistles?; Solo Voices or a Chorus?; Conclusion; Further Reading; Notes; Chapter 1; James in History and Tradition; History and Setting; Genre: a Wisdom Letter; Faith and Works: James in View of Paul; Conclusion; Further Reading; Notes; Chapter 2; New Perspectives in James; Context in James: Social-Scientific Perspectives; Rhetoric and Structure in James; Postcolonial and Feminist Perspectives; Is there any 'Theology' in James?; Conclusion; Further Reading; Notes; Chapter 3
1 Peter in History and TraditionHistory and Setting; Genre; Suffering in 1 Peter; Conclusion; Further Reading; Notes; Chapter 4; New Perspectives in 1 Peter; Context in 1 Peter: Social-Scientific Perspectives; Feminist Perspectives; 1 Peter in Light of Rhetorical Criticism; Narrative World in 1 Peter; Conclusion; Further Reading; Notes; Chapter 5; Jude/2 Peter in History and Tradition; Literary Dependence; Jude; 2 Peter; The Opponents; Genre; Conclusion; Further Reading; Notes; Chapter 6; New Perspectives in Jude; Jude and Postcolonial Power; 'Prophetic Typology' and Rhetoric
Narrative Episodes in JudeConclusion; Further Reading; Notes; Chapter 7; New Perspectives in 2 Peter; Genre Analysis: Testament and Author in 2 Peter; Social-Scientific Perspectives; Narrative World in 2 Peter; 2 Peter in Canonical Context: a Theological 'Method'; Conclusion; Further Reading; Notes; Chapter 8; The Canonical Context of the Catholic Epistle Collection; Canon and 'Canonical Criticism'; Reading the Catholic Epistles as a Canonical Collection: the Wall/Nienhuis Proposal; Other Possibilities of Reading the Catholic Epistles as a Collection; Conclusion; Further Reading; Notes
Bibliography
Notes:
"A Continuum imprint"--T.p. verso.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Description based on print version record.
ISBN:
0-567-32722-1
OCLC:
779827229
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