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The Great Sermon Tradition as a Fiscal Framework in 1 Corinthians - 
      Dr Christopher L. Carter

The Great Sermon Tradition as a Fiscal Framework in 1 Corinthians

Towards a Pauline Theology of Material Possessions

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This text addresses two separate but related questions. Firstly, what is Paul's theology of material possessions, and secondly, what is the source of the apostle's thought on this subject?
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Forlag: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 288
ISBN: 9780567689290
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Contents
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations

Chapter 1

Introduction
1 The Paul/Jesus Debate
2 Paul's Attitude towards Material Possessions
3 Objectives and Method

Chapter 2

The Authenticity of The Great Sermon Tradition
1 Ethics and Authenticity
2 Orality and Authenticity
3 Text and Authenticity
4 Conclusion

Chapter 3

Paul's General Interest in The Historical Jesus and His Specific Knowledge of The Great Sermon Tradition
1 Inconclusive Indifference
2 Inconclusive Texts
3 Suggestive Circumstances
4 Suggestive Texts
5 Discipleship, Ethics, and The Great Sermon Tradition
6 Conclusion

Chapter 4

The Fiscal Worldview of the Great Sermons
1 Eschatology as a Hermeneutical Framework
2 An Otherworldly Perspective
3 The Ethical Implications of an Otherworldly Perspective
4 The Relational Priority of an Otherworldly Perspective
5 Impending Judgment
6 Conclusion

Chapter 5

1 Corinthians vis a vis the Great Sermon Tradition
1 Introductory Considerations
2 Eschatology as a hermeneutical framework
3 An otherworldly perspective
4 The Ethical Implications of an Otherworldly Perspective
5 The relational priority of an otherworldly perspective
6 Impending Judgment
7 Conclusion

Chapter 6

Paul and Jesus vis a vis Jewish and Greco-Roman Fiscal Thought
1 Fiscal Thought in Biblical Judaism
2 Fiscal Thought in Second Temple Judaism(s)
3 Fiscal Thought in the Greco-Roman World
4 Conclusions
5 Summary

Chapter 7

Conclusions and Further Refection
1 Paul's Theology of Material Possessions
2 The Source of Paul's Fiscal Thought
3 Further Reflection

Works Cited
An Assemblies of God missionary serving at Asia Pacific Theological Seminary in the Philippines, Christopher Carter teaches in the areas of New Testament and Hermeneutics. He holds a Ph.D. in New Testmant from the University of Aberdeen.