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|GF 224.49 Proleptic priests :||GF 224.50 Persuasive artistry :||GF 224.51 The agency of the apostle :||GF 224.52 Reflections of glory :||GF 224.53 Revelation and redemption at Colossae /||GF 224.54 The development of early Christian pneumatology, with special reference to Luke-Acts /|
Bibliogr. p. 302-327.
Part I of this work determines where Paul is dependent on Jewish and Hellenistic exegesis of the Moses story where he provides a fresh interpretation. Part II brings form-critical studies of the Greek papyri to bear on the epistolary function of these verses. Part III investigates first-century homiletic patterns, exegetical techniques and material parallels in order to illuminate the sequence of Paul's thought. At issue in these verses is Paul's apostolic credibility. Paul selectively weaves together text, tradition and haggadah, using accepted methods of text interpretation and a common Jewi.