Deliver us from evil : interpreting the redemption from the power of Satan in New Testament theology / Richard H. Bell.

By: Bell, Richard H, 1954-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament: 216.Publisher: Tübingen, Germany : Mohr Siebeck, c2007Description: xxiii, 439 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 3161494520; 9783161494529Subject(s): Devil -- Biblical teaching | Demonology -- Biblical teaching | Exorcism in the Bible | Redemption -- Biblical teaching | Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etcLOC classification: BS2545.D5 | B455 2007Summary: "My initial goal was to write a book on the defeat of Satan in New Testament theology covering all the witnesses of the New Testament using a title suchas 'falling like lightning.' ... But it became evident that although the defeat of Satan is central to the exorcisms of the synoptic gospels, many authors of the New Testament simply do not speak explicitly about a 'defeat of Satan.' For example, Paul, Ephesians and Colossians, if they explicitly speak of the devil (or allude to him), speak instead of nbeing redeemed from the dominion of Satan. ... I therefore moved more in the direction of considering how the human being is redeemed from the effects of Satan."--Pref.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [361]-402) and indexes.

"My initial goal was to write a book on the defeat of Satan in New Testament theology covering all the witnesses of the New Testament using a title suchas 'falling like lightning.' ... But it became evident that although the defeat of Satan is central to the exorcisms of the synoptic gospels, many authors of the New Testament simply do not speak explicitly about a 'defeat of Satan.' For example, Paul, Ephesians and Colossians, if they explicitly speak of the devil (or allude to him), speak instead of nbeing redeemed from the dominion of Satan. ... I therefore moved more in the direction of considering how the human being is redeemed from the effects of Satan."--Pref.

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