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The New Testament as Reception
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The New Testament as Reception

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Sheffield Academic Press 2002

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Overview

As the title implies, The New Testament as Reception systematically explores the concept of the New Testament as a "reception" of various antecedents. Three of the antecedents it examines are the Old Testament, Second Temple Judaism, and Graeco-Roman culture. The contributors also explore the reception of Jesus, using as examples the Synoptic parables, Matthew's Messianic Teacher, and the Christology of the Book of Revelation. Paul is considered in a chapter on his reception in Acts, and three final chapters survey broader themes, such as feminist reception, reception history within the New Testament (using the Annunciation as an example), and translation as interpretation.

Contents

  • The New Testament Reception of the Old Testament
  • The New Testament Reception of Judaism in the Second Temple Period
  • The Reception of Graeco-Roman Culture in the New Testament: The Case of Romans 7:7–25
  • The Reception of the Parables of Jesus in the Synoptic Gospels
  • Jesus as Messianic Teacher in the Gospel According to Matthew: Tradition History and/or Narrative Christology
  • The Reception of Paul in the Acts of the Apostles
  • In Quest of the Elevated Jesus: Reflections on the Angelomorphic Christology of the Book of Revelation within its Jewish Setting
  • Feminist Reception of the New Testament: A Critical Reception
  • The Annunciation: A Study in Reception History
  • Translation as Interpretation

Product Details

  • Title: The New Testament as Reception
  • Editors: Møgens Müller and Henrik Tronier
  • Publisher: Sheffield Academic Press
  • Publication Date: 2002
  • Pages: 218

About the Editors

Møgens Müller is Professor of New Testament Exegesis at the University of Copenhagen.

Henrik Tronier is Assistant Professor at the Institute for Biblical Exegesis, University of Copenhagen.

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