Paul and the rhetoric of reversal in 1 Corinthians : (Record no. 132133)

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International Standard Book Number 1108734030
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International Standard Book Number 9781108734035
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System control number (OCoLC)1039927919
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Classification number BS2675.52
Item number .M25 2018
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Classification number 227/.206
Edition number 23
100 1# - MAIN ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Malcolm, Matthew R.,
Dates associated with a name 1975-
Relator term author.
9 (RLIN) 216907
245 10 - TITLE STATEMENT
Title Paul and the rhetoric of reversal in 1 Corinthians :
Remainder of title the impact of Paul's gospel on his macro-rhetoric /
Statement of responsibility, etc Matthew R. Malcolm.
246 3# - VARYING FORM OF TITLE
Title proper/short title Paul and the rhetoric of reversal in I Corinthians :
Remainder of title the impact of Paul's gospel on his macro-rhetoric
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Place of production, publication, distribution, manufacture New York :
Name of producer, publisher, distributor, manufacturer Cambridge University Press,
Date of production, publication, distribution, manufacture 2018.
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Date of production, publication, distribution, manufacture ©2013
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Extent xvi, 305 pages ;
Dimensions 21 cm.
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Series statement Society for New Testament Studies monograph series ;
Volume number/sequential designation 155.
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Bibliography, etc Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-295) and index.
505 0# - FORMATTED CONTENTS NOTE
Formatted contents note Introduction -- The kerygma of reversal -- The unity and coherence of 1 Corinthians -- 1 Corinthians 1-4 : divisive boasting over human leaders is set against the present inhabitation of Christ's cross -- 1 Corinthians 5-14 and Paul's ethics 'in the Lord' -- 1 Corinthians 15 : pessimism for the dead is set against the future inhabitation of Christ's resurrection -- Conclusion.
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Summary, etc I argue that 1 Corinthians is a unified composition that exhibits kerygmatic rhetoric. That is, Jewish and Greco-Roman resources are brought into the service of an overall arrangement that is creatively suggested by Paul's kerygma of the Messiah who died, rose, and awaits cosmic manifestation. In particular, I demonstrate that the Jewish motif of dual reversal, whereby boastful rulers are destined for destruction while righteous sufferers are destined for vindication, serves as an influential conceptual motif in the formulation of Christian kerygma, and as such may be seen as an interpretative framework and rhetorical resource available to Paul. In 1 Corinthians 1-4 Paul evaluates struggles over leadership in the Corinthian congregation as an implicit expression of human autonomy, and responds by summoning the Corinthians to identify with Christ, by forgoing the role of the boastful ruler and adopting the role of the cruciform sufferer. This identification with the cruciform Christ consequently gives shape to Paul's ethical instruction in 1 Corinthians 5-14, a section that draws on Jewish and Greco-Roman resources, while exhibiting a pattern of Pauline ethical argumentation expressive of Paul's kerygma of identification with the embodied Christ. In the final chapter of the main body of the letter (1 Corinthians 15), Paul utilises the Corinthian denial of "the resurrection of the dead" as the ultimate paradigm of their refusal to adopt a cruciform orientation, and urges that the dead in Christ will be raised to immortal glory, while present powers will be brought to nothing. I suggest that this attention to the creative influence of Paul's kerygma on the form of his argumentation represents an important addition to the tools of the Pauline rhetorical analyst. Such an approach results in an historically attentive and exegetically persuasive account of the letter's arrangement that also finds great harmony with the perspective of the fourth century preacher John Chrysostom.
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Uniform title Bible.
Name of part/section of a work Corinthians, 1st
General subdivision Criticism, interpretation, etc.
9 (RLIN) 130232
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Uniform title Monograph series (Society for New Testament Studies) ;
Volume number/sequential designation 155.
9 (RLIN) 556
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