Approaching New Testament Texts and Contexts (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
393
Utgivningsdatum
2013-07-12
Förlag
JCB Mohr (Paul Siebeck)
Medarbetare
Fornberg, Tord (ed.), Hellholm, David (ed.)
Dimensioner
161 x 238 x 159 mm
Vikt
754 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISSN
0512-1604
ISBN
9783161523199

Approaching New Testament Texts and Contexts

Collected Essays II

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2013-07-12
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In this volume, Lars Hartman deals with several major topics. Some of the essays are devoted to exegetical and hermeneutical issues, beginning with the theoretical considerations concerning what it means to write a commentary. These are followed by detailed studies on various aspects of text analysis as a preparation for his commentary on the Gospel of Mark. Furthermore, Hartman has written groundbreaking articles on baptism, especially in regard to the name formula. The final essays deal with the Hellenistic context of various New Testament texts and topics, for instance the study of "Hellenistic Elements in Apocalyptic Texts". This volume is an appropriate complement to Lars Hartman's earlier collection on text-centered New Testament studies, which was published in 1997.
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Born 1930; 1957 ordained priest in the Lutheran Church of Sweden; 1966 ThD and Habilitation; 1971-90 Professor for New Testament Exegesis at Uppsala University; 1990-95 Director of the Church of Sweden Research Department; 1995 retirement; 2011 doctor honoris causa at Helsinki University. Born 1943; 1977 ThD; 1988 Habilitation, both at Uppsala University; taught at the same university until his retirement in 2008; presently teaching at the Newman Institute in Uppsala; member of the Commission for Inter-Religious Dialogue of the Catholic Diocese of Stockholm. Born 1941; 1980 Dr. theol.; 1982 Habilitation; 1979-83 assistant professor at the University of Linkping (Sweden); 1983-89 associate professor at the University of Bergen (Norway); 1990-2008 full professor of New Testament and its environment at the University of Oslo (Norway); since 2008 Emeritus.