This volume is the fifth in a series that explores the use of rhetoric in the study of biblical literature. Contributions from scholars in North America, Britain, Continental Europe and South Africa focus here on four major categories: The Theory of Rhetoric and Biblical Interpretation, Rhetorical Interpretation of Luke's Gospel and Acts, The Rhetorical Interpretation of Paul's Writings, and Rhetorical Interpretation of Hebrews and Ignatius. Author include Tom Olbricht, Douglas Campbell, Arthur Gibson, Craig Evans, Vernon Robbins, Greg Bloomquist, Pieter Botha, Paul Danove, Gerrie Snyman, Anders Eriksson, K. K. Yeo, Lauri Thuren, G. A. van den Heever, Marc Debanne, J. N Vorster, and the editors.Perhaps this recent return to the power of texts in modern biblical rhetorical criticism is a return to the ancient roots of ... It is also hoped that they will give the reader an opportunity to judge whether the content and thrust of a given essay meritsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Rhetorical Criticism and the Bible|
|Author||:||Stanley E. Porter, Dennis Stamps|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2002-03-01|