The Resource Pseudonymity and canon : an investigation into the relationship of authorship and authority in Jewish and earliest Christian tradition, by David G. Meade

Pseudonymity and canon : an investigation into the relationship of authorship and authority in Jewish and earliest Christian tradition, by David G. Meade

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Pseudonymity and canon : an investigation into the relationship of authorship and authority in Jewish and earliest Christian tradition
Title
Pseudonymity and canon
Title remainder
an investigation into the relationship of authorship and authority in Jewish and earliest Christian tradition
Statement of responsibility
by David G. Meade
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Subject
Language
eng
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Meade, David G
Index
index present
LC call number
BS519
LC item number
.M43 1987
Literary form
non fiction
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Pseudonymity and canon : an investigation into the relationship of authorship and authority in Jewish and earliest Christian tradition, by David G. Meade
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Publication
Note
  • On spine: Pseudonymity & canon
  • Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [219]-228
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Chapter 1: The problem of New Testament pseudonymity -- 1.1 Defining the problem -- 1.2 Attempts at resolving the problem -- 1.3 Toward a new contribution -- Chapter 2: Authorship, revelation and canon in the prophetic tradition -- 2.1 Prophetic revelation and the growth of the prophetic tradition -- 2.1.1 The nature of OT prophecy -- 2.1.2 The growth of the prophetic tradition -- 2.2 The Isaiah tradition -- 2.2.1. Isaiah of Jerusalem and first Isaiah (1-39) -- 2.2.2. Second Isaiah (40-55) -- 2.2.3. Third Isaiah (56-66) -- 2.3 Summary -- Chapter 3: Authorship, revelation and canon in the wisdom tradition -- 3.1 The nature of Jewish wisdom -- 3.2 King Solomon and the wisdom tradition -- 3.3 Authorship and authority in the Solomonic wisdom corpus -- 3.3.1 Proverbs -- 3.3.2. Canticles -- 3.3.3. Qoheleth -- 3.3.4. The wisdom of Solomon -- 3.3.5. The Psalms of Solomon -- 3.3.6. Excursus: other Solomonic literature -- 3.4 Summary -- Chapter 4: Authorship, revelation and canon in the Apocalyptic tradition -- 4.1 The nature of Apocalyptic tradition -- 4.2 The Daniel tradition -- 4.2.1. The Figure of Daniel -- 4.2.2. The court tales of Daniel (1-6) -- 4.2.3. The Apocalypse of Daniel (7-12) -- 4.2.4 Attribution in Daniel -- 4.3 The Enoch tradition -- 4.3.1 The figure of Enoch -- 4.3.2 The astronomical book (1 Enoch 72-82) -- 4.3.3. The book of watchers (1 Enoch 1-36) -- 4.3.4 The book of dreams (1 Enoch 83-90) -- 4.3.5 The epistle of Enoch (1 Enoch 91-105) -- 4.36. The book of parables (1 Enoch 37-71) 4.3.7 Attribution in 1 Enoch -- 4.4 Summary -- Chapter 5: Pseudonymity in the New Testament -- 5.1 Summary of Jewish background studies -- 5.2 The nature of NT Revelation and the Jesus tradition -- 5.3 The Pauline tradition -- 5.3.1 The pastorals -- 5.3.1.1 The problem of the pastorals -- 5.3.1.2 Paul and his followers in the Pastorals -- 5.3.1.3 Vergegenwartigung and Pauline tradition in the Pastorals -- 5.3.1.4 Canon and the literary shape of the Pastorals -- 5.3.2 Ephesians -- 5.3.2.1 The problem of Ephesians -- 5.3.2.2 The occasion and purpose of Ephesians -- 5.3.2.3 The role of Paul in Ephesians -- 5.3.2.4 Tradition and literary attribution in Ephesians -- 5.3.3 Excursus: later Pauline tradition -- 5.3.4 The Pauline tradition: summary -- 5.4 The Petrine tradition -- 5.4.1 1 Peter -- 5.4.1.1 The problem of 1 Peter -- 5.4.1.2 The occasion and purpose of 1 Peter -- 5.4.1.3 Petrine tradition in 1 Peter -- 5.4.1.4 Vergegenwartigung and the authorship of 1 Peter -- 5.4.2 2 Peter -- 5.4.2.1 The problem of 2 Peter -- 5.4.2.2 The occasion and purpose of 2 Peter -- 5.4.2.3 Petrine tradition in 2 Peter -- 5.4.3 Excursus: later Petrine tradition -- 5.4.4 The Petrine tradition: summary -- 5.5 Tradition and attribution in the NT: summary -- Chapter 6: Pseudonymity and canon -- 6.1 The historical development of early Christian Pseudepigraphs -- 6.1.1 Literary origins -- 6.1.2 Means of Propagation -- 6.1.3 "Canon-Consciousness" and the crystallization of tradition -- 6.2 Authorship and canon -- 6.2.1 Ancient criteria for canonicity -- 6.2.2 Modern criteria for canonicity -- 6.3 Summary -- 6.4 Addendum: Vergegenwartigung and the closure of the canon
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vii, 257 pages
Isbn
9780802836458
Lccn
87022355
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)16523052
Label
Pseudonymity and canon : an investigation into the relationship of authorship and authority in Jewish and earliest Christian tradition, by David G. Meade
Publication
Note
  • On spine: Pseudonymity & canon
  • Includes indexes
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [219]-228
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Chapter 1: The problem of New Testament pseudonymity -- 1.1 Defining the problem -- 1.2 Attempts at resolving the problem -- 1.3 Toward a new contribution -- Chapter 2: Authorship, revelation and canon in the prophetic tradition -- 2.1 Prophetic revelation and the growth of the prophetic tradition -- 2.1.1 The nature of OT prophecy -- 2.1.2 The growth of the prophetic tradition -- 2.2 The Isaiah tradition -- 2.2.1. Isaiah of Jerusalem and first Isaiah (1-39) -- 2.2.2. Second Isaiah (40-55) -- 2.2.3. Third Isaiah (56-66) -- 2.3 Summary -- Chapter 3: Authorship, revelation and canon in the wisdom tradition -- 3.1 The nature of Jewish wisdom -- 3.2 King Solomon and the wisdom tradition -- 3.3 Authorship and authority in the Solomonic wisdom corpus -- 3.3.1 Proverbs -- 3.3.2. Canticles -- 3.3.3. Qoheleth -- 3.3.4. The wisdom of Solomon -- 3.3.5. The Psalms of Solomon -- 3.3.6. Excursus: other Solomonic literature -- 3.4 Summary -- Chapter 4: Authorship, revelation and canon in the Apocalyptic tradition -- 4.1 The nature of Apocalyptic tradition -- 4.2 The Daniel tradition -- 4.2.1. The Figure of Daniel -- 4.2.2. The court tales of Daniel (1-6) -- 4.2.3. The Apocalypse of Daniel (7-12) -- 4.2.4 Attribution in Daniel -- 4.3 The Enoch tradition -- 4.3.1 The figure of Enoch -- 4.3.2 The astronomical book (1 Enoch 72-82) -- 4.3.3. The book of watchers (1 Enoch 1-36) -- 4.3.4 The book of dreams (1 Enoch 83-90) -- 4.3.5 The epistle of Enoch (1 Enoch 91-105) -- 4.36. The book of parables (1 Enoch 37-71) 4.3.7 Attribution in 1 Enoch -- 4.4 Summary -- Chapter 5: Pseudonymity in the New Testament -- 5.1 Summary of Jewish background studies -- 5.2 The nature of NT Revelation and the Jesus tradition -- 5.3 The Pauline tradition -- 5.3.1 The pastorals -- 5.3.1.1 The problem of the pastorals -- 5.3.1.2 Paul and his followers in the Pastorals -- 5.3.1.3 Vergegenwartigung and Pauline tradition in the Pastorals -- 5.3.1.4 Canon and the literary shape of the Pastorals -- 5.3.2 Ephesians -- 5.3.2.1 The problem of Ephesians -- 5.3.2.2 The occasion and purpose of Ephesians -- 5.3.2.3 The role of Paul in Ephesians -- 5.3.2.4 Tradition and literary attribution in Ephesians -- 5.3.3 Excursus: later Pauline tradition -- 5.3.4 The Pauline tradition: summary -- 5.4 The Petrine tradition -- 5.4.1 1 Peter -- 5.4.1.1 The problem of 1 Peter -- 5.4.1.2 The occasion and purpose of 1 Peter -- 5.4.1.3 Petrine tradition in 1 Peter -- 5.4.1.4 Vergegenwartigung and the authorship of 1 Peter -- 5.4.2 2 Peter -- 5.4.2.1 The problem of 2 Peter -- 5.4.2.2 The occasion and purpose of 2 Peter -- 5.4.2.3 Petrine tradition in 2 Peter -- 5.4.3 Excursus: later Petrine tradition -- 5.4.4 The Petrine tradition: summary -- 5.5 Tradition and attribution in the NT: summary -- Chapter 6: Pseudonymity and canon -- 6.1 The historical development of early Christian Pseudepigraphs -- 6.1.1 Literary origins -- 6.1.2 Means of Propagation -- 6.1.3 "Canon-Consciousness" and the crystallization of tradition -- 6.2 Authorship and canon -- 6.2.1 Ancient criteria for canonicity -- 6.2.2 Modern criteria for canonicity -- 6.3 Summary -- 6.4 Addendum: Vergegenwartigung and the closure of the canon
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vii, 257 pages
Isbn
9780802836458
Lccn
87022355
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)16523052

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