2 Corinthians

2 Corinthians

Wire, Antoinette Clark; Reid, Barbara E.

Liturgical Press

07/2019

400

Dura

Inglês

9780814681725

15 a 20 dias

737

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Contents Acknowledgments List of Abbreviations List of Contributors x Foreword: "Come Eat of My Bread . . . and Walk in the Ways of Wisdom" Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza Editor's Introduction to Wisdom Commentary: "She Is a Breath of the Power of God" (Wis 7:25) Barbara E. Reid, OP Author's Introduction: "Who Is Adequate for These Things?" (2 Cor 2:16) A Feminist Commentary? One Letter or Many? Where Are the Women in 2 Corinthians? What Can 2 Corinthians Mean Today? Who Is Writing to Whom, When, and Where? l 2 Corinthians 1:1-11 Paul Greets Corinth and Blesses God A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Paul's Opening Greeting and Blessing The Broad View of All Bodies in Time and Space, Death and Life A Mid-Range Focus on the Political, Economic, and Social Context A Close-Up Focus on the Interaction of Paul and the Corinthians 2 Corinthians 1:12-2:11 Paul Explains His Long Absence A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Paul's Defense of His Past Actions A Broad Focus on All Bodies in Space and Time, Flesh and Spirit A Mid-Range Focus on Social, Political, and Geographical Aspects of Paul's Defense A Sharp Focus on the Interaction of Paul and the Corinthians 2 Corinthians 2:12-3:3 Paul Begins His Defense A Feminist Lens at Three Different Ranges Paul's Persuasion within an Ecosystem of Time and Space, Life and Death A Mid-Range Focus on the Social and Political World of Paul's Persuasion A Close-Up View of Paul's Persuasion as Shaped by and Shaping the Corinthians 2 Corinthians 3:4-18 Transformed in God's Glory as Was Moses A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Being Transformed in God's Glory An Ecosystem of Life and Death, Glory and Obscurity, Time and Space The More Specific Social, Political, and Religious Context Focusing on Paul's Interchange with the Corinthians 2 Corinthians 4:1-15 A Light out of Darkness, a Treasure in Clay A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on a Treasure in Clay and a Light in Darkness A Broad Focus on All Bodies in the Tension between Light and Dark, Life and Death A Mid-Range Focus on the Social, Political, and Economic Setting A Sharp Focus on the Interaction between Paul and the Corinthians 2 Corinthians 4:16-5:10 At Home in the Body and/or at Home with the Lord A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Paul's Interpretation of Life and Death Broad Focus on the Ecosystem Presupposed in What Is Seen and Unseen, in Death and Life A Mid-Range Focus on the Political, Social, and Economic Setting Focusing in on the Interaction of Paul and the Corinthians 2 Corinthians 5:11-21 A New Creation in Christ That Is Reconciliation A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Reconciling with God as a New Creation A Broad View of All Bodies Caught between Death and Life, Old and New A Mid-Range Focus on the Social, Political, and Economic Setting of Paul's Argument A Close-up of Paul's Interaction with the Corinthians, Especially the Women 2 Corinthians 6:1-7:4 Paul's All-Out Appeal: Open Wide Your Hearts A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Paul's All-Out Appeal to the Corinthians The Ecosystem Paul Presupposes of Trust and Distrust, Wide and Narrow The More Specific Focus on Paul's Social, Political, and Economic Setting The Focus Sharpened onto This Interaction between Paul and the Corinthians 2 Corinthians 7:5-16 Titus's Report and Paul's Joy A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Paul's Joy at Titus's Report With a Broad Focus on All Reality in the Tension between Grief and Joy With Focus on the Social, Political, and Economic Context With Focus Narrowed to This Interaction of Paul and the Corinthians 2 Corinthians 8:1-9:15 A Culminating Appeal for the Jerusalem Poor A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Paul's Appeal for the Jerusalem Collection The Ecosystem Assumed in Paul's Collection Appeal The Social, Political, and Economic Contexts of Paul's Collection for Jerusalem The Interaction of Paul and the Corinthians as Seen in His Collection Appeal 2 Corinthians 10:1-11:21a Paul's Rebuttal of His Rivals' Charges A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Paul's Rebuttal to His Rivals' Charges The Broad Ecosystem or Worldview Underlying Paul's Rebuttal of Rivals The Social, Political, and Economic Context of Paul's Rebuttal This Specific Interaction between Paul and the Corinthians 2 Corinthians 11:21b-12:13 Paul's Defense of Himself as a Fool A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Paul's Speech as a Fool The Political, Economic and Social Setting of Paul's Speaking as a Fool The Broad Ecosystem or Cosmology That Paul Assumes in Speaking as a Fool Focusing in on the Interchange of the Corinthians and Paul Speaking as a Fool 2 Corinthians 12:14-13:13 Paul's Plan to Come to Corinth A Feminist Lens at Three Ranges on Paul's Preparing Corinth for His Arrival With Broad Focus on the Ecosystem, Worldview, or Theology That Paul Assumes On the Midrange Political, Social, and Economic Context Focusing on the Interaction between Paul and the Corinthians Afterword Works Cited Index of Scripture References and Other Ancient Writings Index of Subjects
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