The Resource Structural exegesis for New Testament critics, by Daniel Patte

Structural exegesis for New Testament critics, by Daniel Patte

Label
Structural exegesis for New Testament critics
Title
Structural exegesis for New Testament critics
Statement of responsibility
by Daniel Patte
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Subject
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DLC
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Patte, Daniel
LC call number
BS2377.5
LC item number
.P38 1990
Nature of contents
  • encyclopedias
  • surveys of literature
  • legal articles
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  • Bible as literature
  • Structuralisme (Analyse littéraire)
  • Bible (Littérature)
  • Bible as literature
Label
Structural exegesis for New Testament critics, by Daniel Patte
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction -- The multifold theoretical basis of structural exegesis and the quest for meta-theories -- The multiplication of structural exegetical methods and the quest for their interrelations -- Part One: Initiation: Structural exegesis of John 3:1-21 -- 1. Beginning a structural exegesis (step 1) -- Methodological considerations: the need for a complete discourse unit -- Exegetical example 1: John 4:4-42 and John 10:1-18 as complete discourse (sub- )units -- Exegetical example 2: John 3:1-21 as a complete discourse unit -- Conclusion: The theme of a religious discourse unit as reflecting the author's faith -- 2. The formal steps of a structural exegesis (steps 2, 3, and 4) -- Methodological considerations: Explicit oppositions of actions as expressing the author's faith -- The six steps of a structural exegesis of a discourse unit -- Step 2: Identifying explicit oppositions of actions in John 3:1-21 -- Step 3: The convictions expressed by the subjects of opposed actions in John 3:1-21 -- Step 4: The convictions expressed by the effects of opposed actions upon receivers in John 3:1-21 -- 3. The concluding steps of a structural exegesis (steps 5 and 6) -- Step 5: The pattern of the system of convictions expressed in John 3:1-21 -- Step 6: Discerning the specific features of the discourse unit
  • Part Two: Exercises in structural exegesis -- John 4:4-42 and Luke 10:21-42 -- 4. First exercise in structural exegesis John 4:4-42 -- Steps 3 and 4: The convictions expressed by the subjects and receivers of opposed actions in John 4:4-42 -- Step 5: The pattern of the system of convictions expressed in John 4:4-42 -- Conclusion: A comparison of the patterns of convictions in John 4:4-42 and John 3:1-21 -- 5. Second exercise in structural exegesis Luke 10:21-42 -- Step 1: Luke 10:21-42 as a complete discourse unit -- steps 2, 3, and 4: Identification of the convictions expressed in Luke 10:21-42 -- Step 5: The pattern of the system of convictions expressed in Luke 10:21-42 -- Conclusion -- The different faith-patterns of New Testament texts -- A comparison of John's and Luke's faith-patterns -- Results of a structural exegesis
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
x, 134 pages
Isbn
9780800623968
Lccn
89039161
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
002168026
System control number
(OCoLC)20296088
Label
Structural exegesis for New Testament critics, by Daniel Patte
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction -- The multifold theoretical basis of structural exegesis and the quest for meta-theories -- The multiplication of structural exegetical methods and the quest for their interrelations -- Part One: Initiation: Structural exegesis of John 3:1-21 -- 1. Beginning a structural exegesis (step 1) -- Methodological considerations: the need for a complete discourse unit -- Exegetical example 1: John 4:4-42 and John 10:1-18 as complete discourse (sub- )units -- Exegetical example 2: John 3:1-21 as a complete discourse unit -- Conclusion: The theme of a religious discourse unit as reflecting the author's faith -- 2. The formal steps of a structural exegesis (steps 2, 3, and 4) -- Methodological considerations: Explicit oppositions of actions as expressing the author's faith -- The six steps of a structural exegesis of a discourse unit -- Step 2: Identifying explicit oppositions of actions in John 3:1-21 -- Step 3: The convictions expressed by the subjects of opposed actions in John 3:1-21 -- Step 4: The convictions expressed by the effects of opposed actions upon receivers in John 3:1-21 -- 3. The concluding steps of a structural exegesis (steps 5 and 6) -- Step 5: The pattern of the system of convictions expressed in John 3:1-21 -- Step 6: Discerning the specific features of the discourse unit
  • Part Two: Exercises in structural exegesis -- John 4:4-42 and Luke 10:21-42 -- 4. First exercise in structural exegesis John 4:4-42 -- Steps 3 and 4: The convictions expressed by the subjects and receivers of opposed actions in John 4:4-42 -- Step 5: The pattern of the system of convictions expressed in John 4:4-42 -- Conclusion: A comparison of the patterns of convictions in John 4:4-42 and John 3:1-21 -- 5. Second exercise in structural exegesis Luke 10:21-42 -- Step 1: Luke 10:21-42 as a complete discourse unit -- steps 2, 3, and 4: Identification of the convictions expressed in Luke 10:21-42 -- Step 5: The pattern of the system of convictions expressed in Luke 10:21-42 -- Conclusion -- The different faith-patterns of New Testament texts -- A comparison of John's and Luke's faith-patterns -- Results of a structural exegesis
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
x, 134 pages
Isbn
9780800623968
Lccn
89039161
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
002168026
System control number
(OCoLC)20296088

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