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Paul and Epictetus on Law - 
      Dr Niko Huttunen

Paul and Epictetus on Law

A Comparison

Huttunen compares Paul's teaching of law with those of Epictetus, suggesting his ideas have clearer affinities to the Stoics than to the Torah. Les mer
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Huttunen compares Paul's teaching of law with those of Epictetus, suggesting his ideas have clearer affinities to the Stoics than to the Torah.
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Forlag: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 208
ISBN: 9780567689641
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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SERIE:
VURDERING
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1. On Applying the Stoic Perspective to Paul and Law
1.1. An Alternative Approach to an Old Problem
1.2. Sources and Earlier Studies
1.3. Methodological Considerations



2. Law and the Core of Epictetus' Philosophy
2.1. Epictetus' Stoic Theory of Value

2.2. Paul's Christian Stoicism in 1 Corinthians 7 and 9

3. Fundamentals of Law
3.1. God and Nature in Epictetus
3.2. Paul on God, Law, and Nature in Romans 1 and 2

4. The Strong and the Weak
4.1. Epictetus' Law on the Weaker and the Stronger
4.2. Paul: Love Between the Weak and the Strong

5. Difficulties With Law
5.1. Views on Marriage in Epictetus and in Paul
5.2. Epictetus and Paul on Divine Law and State Law

6. The Anthropology and Psychology of Transgression
6.1. Moral Contradictions and Anthropological Dichotomy in Epictetus

6.2. Contradictions of the "I": Stoicism and Romans 7

7. Fulfilling the Law
7.1. Epictetus: Progress After Examples

7.2. Paul: Deeds and Christ

8. Conclusions

9. Bibliography

9.1. Sources

9.2. Literature
Niko Huttunen is a researcher in New Testament studies at the University of Helsinki, Finland. He has published articles on Wirkungsgeschichte of the Bible and on the relationship between Stoicism and the New Testament.