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Methodology in the Use of the Old Testament in the New: Context and Criteria (The Library of New Testament Studies)

Editat de David Allen, Dr Steve Smith
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This volume brings together scholars of both the Old and New Testaments to discuss three areas of methodological interest in respect of the use of the Old Testament in the New (OT/NT). It begins with an interdisciplinary conversation into insights that OT/NT scholars might glean from other related disciplines and approaches. The subsequent essays consider the notion of an Old Testament text's 'context', and how contemporaneous authors such as Philo or the Qumran community conceived of, and attended to, the concept. The contributors then turn their focus to the criteria that can/should be used for determining Old Testament allusions or echoes, and the legitimacy for so doing, particularly responding to the work of Richard Hays. The volume closes with a fresh proposal for OT/NT methodology, along with a concluding reflection on the collected essays.
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ISBN-13: 9780567678041
ISBN-10: 0567678040
Pagini: 240
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 mm
Greutate: 0.52 kg
Editura: Bloomsbury Publishing
Colecția T&T Clark
Seria The Library of New Testament Studies

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom


Examines how the New Testament authors attended to questions of Old Testament context, and the various criteria used to evaluate how they used the Old Testament texts

Notă biografică

David Allen is Academic Dean at Queen's Foundation, Birmingham, UK. Steve Smith is Tutor and Lecturer in New Testament studies at St Mellitus College, London, UK.


Foreword to the Hawarden anniversary volume - Susan Docherty, Newman University Birmingham, UKList of ContributorsList of AbbreviationsIntroduction David Allen and Steve Smith Section A: Methodological Insights for OT/NT studies from Outside the New Testament 1. Crossing Testamentary Borders: Methodological Insights for OT/NT Study from Contemporary Hebrew Bible Scholarship - Susan Docherty 2. Scriptural Reuse in Ancient Jewish Literature: Comments and Reflections on the State of the Art - William A. Tooman 3. Genre versus Intertextuality: Linking Wisdom Texts, Themes and Contexts with the wider Old Testament and with the Sayings of Jesus - Katharine J. Dell 4. How Scripture 'Speaks': Insights from the Study of Ancient Media Culture Catrin H. Williams Section B: The Role of OT Context in OT/NT studies 5. The Meaning and Place of Old Testament Context in OT/NT Methodology - Arthur Keefer 6. Selective Versus Contextual Allusions: Reconsidering Technical Terms of Intertextuality - Beate Kowalski 7. Old Testament Context: Insights from Philo - Kenneth Schenck 8. Old Testament Context: Insights from the Dead Sea Scrolls - Benjamin Wold Section C: The Role of Criteria for OT/NT studies 9. The Use of Criteria: The State of the Question - David Allen 10. The Use of Criteria: A Proposal from Relevance Theory - Steve Smith Responses 11. Rethinking Context in the Relationship of Israel's Scriptures to the NT: Character, Agency, and the Possibility of Genuine Change - Rikk Watts 12. Concluding Reflection - Steve Moyise BibliographyAuthor indexIndex of references