Whether the Second Epistle of Paul to the Corinthians is a single document or a compilation of two or more, and the question of Paul's relations with the Corinthian church between the despatch of the First and the composition of the Second letter (or letters), have been matters of debate since the eighteenth century.Margaret Thrall's commentary engages with these and all the other issues associated with 2 Corinthians. There follows a detailed verse-by-verse exegesis of chapters 1-7, which attempts to understand the viewpoint of the original readers of the text as well as Paul's own.This volume covers many of Paul's writings which have evoked considerable scholarly interest in recent years. This is an exemplary addition to the ICC series.In Rom 10.8 Paul refers to the word which is tv TO) ai6)iaii oou. 1719 Bachmann, p. 269. ... 11-13. He claims that Wolter has, misinterpreted the psalm, arguing that the tv uia#39;mna#39;i ... 13-15) connects Paula#39;s phrase with Ps 77 (LXX). 5: icai vduovanbsp;...
|Title||:||A critical and exegetical commentary on the second epistle to the Corinthians. 1. Introduction and commentary on II Corinthians I - VII|
|Author||:||Margaret E. Thrall|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2004|