Джеймс Данн, Герман Риддербос. Богословие ап. Павла (English)

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Paul: An Outline of His Theology - Reformed Forum.

Замечательные работы, систематически рассматривающие богословие апостола.

Рекомендовано к курсу «Введение в Деяния и послания ап. Павла»

 

Содержание монографии Дж. Данна:

Contents

Preface                        xv

Bibliography                  xix

Abbreviations                xxix

Chapter 1. Prologue               1

  • 1 Prolegomena to a theology of Paul 1
  • 1.1 Why a theology of Paul? 2
  • 1.2 What is a “theology of Paul”? 6
  • 1.3 Can a theology of Paul be written? 13
  • 1.4 How to write a theology of Paul? 19
  • 1.5 Toward a theology of Paul 23

 

Chapter 2. God and Humankind     27

  • 2 God 27
  • 2.1 God as axiom 28
  • 2.2 God as one 31
  • 2.3 Other gods? 33
  • 2.4 God and the cosmos 38
  • 2.5 The God of Israel 43
  • 2.6 God in experience 46
  • 2.7 Conclusion 49
  • 3 Humankind 51
  • 3.1 Anthropological presuppositions 51
  • 3.2 Soma 55
  • 3.3 Sarx 62
  • 3.4 Soma and sarx 70
  • 3.5 Nous and kardia
  • 3.6 Psyche and Pneuma
  • 3.7 Summary

 

Chapter 3. Humankind under Indictment 79

  • 4 Adam 79
  • 4.1 The dark side of humanity 79
  • 4 2 Adam in Jewish scripture 82
  • 4.3 Adam in post-biblical Jewish tradition 84
  • 4.4-9 Adam in Paul’s theology
  • 4.4 Romans 1.18-32 91
  • 4.5 Romans 3.23 93
  • 4.6 Romans 5.12-21 94
  • 4.7 Romans 7.7-13 98
  • 4.8 Romans 8.19-22 100
  • 4.9 Summary 101
  • 5 Sin and death 102
  • 5.1 The power of evil 102
  • 5.2 The heavenly powers 104
  • 5.3 Sin 111
  • 5.4 The effects of sin — misdirected religion 114
  • 5.5 The effects of sin — self-indulgence 119
  • 5.6 The effects of sin — sins 123
  • 5.7 Death 124
  • 5.8 In sum 127
  • 6 The law 128
  • 6.1 Sin. death, and the law 129
  • 6.2 Torah, nomos, and ho nomos 131
  • 6.3 The measure of God’s requirement and judgment  133
  • 6.4 Israel under the law 137
  • 6.5 A relationship whose time is past 143
  • 6.6 A law for life? — or death? 150
  • 6.7 Is the law sin? 155
  • 6.8 Conclusions 159

 

Chapter 4. The Gospel of Jesus Christ 163

  • 7 Gospel 163
  • 7.1 Euangelion 164
  • 7.2 “In accordance with the scriptures” 169
  • 7.3 Kerygmatic and confessional formulae 174
  • 7.4 The apocalypse of Jesus Christ 177
  • 7.5 The eschatological now 179
  • 8 Jesus the man 182
  • 8.1 How much did Paul know or care about the life of Jesus?                        183
  • 8.2 Some a priori considerations 185
  • 8.3 Echoes of Jesus tradition in Paul 189
  • 8.4 Jesus 196
  • 8.5 Messiah 197
  • 8.6 Adam 199
  • 8.7 The incarnate Son? 204
  • 8.8 Conclusion 206
  • 9 Christ crucified 207
  • 9.1 As one died 208
  • 9.2 A sacrifice for sins 212
  • 9.3 Paul’s theology of atoning sacrifice 218
  • 9.4 The beloved Son 224
  • 9.5 The curse of the law 225
  • 9.6 Redemption 227
  • 9.7 Reconciliation 228
  • 9.8 Conquest of the powers 230
  • 9.9 Conclusions 231
  • 10 The risen Lord 234
  • 10.1 The resurrection of the crucified 235
  • 10.2 The last Adam 241
  • 10.3 Son of God in power 242
  • 10.4 The Lord 244
  • 10.5 Jesus as God? 252
  • 10.6 The life-giving Spirit 260
  • 10.7 Conclusions 265
  • 11 The pre-existent one 266
  • 11.1 Divine Wisdom 267
  • 11.2 Jesus as Wisdom 272
  • 11.3 Other possible Wisdom passages 277
  • 11.4 Philippians 2.6-11 281
  • 11.5 Other possible pre-existent Adam passages 288
  • 11.6 Conclusions 292
  • 12 Until he comes 294
  • 12.1 The coming (parousia) of Christ 294
  • 12.2 The parousia hope in the Thessalonian letters 298
  • 12.3 Christ’s role in the end events in the later letters 305
  • 12.4 The delay of the parousia 310
  • 12.5 Conclusions 313

 

Chapter 5. The Beginning of Salvation 317

  • 13 The crucial transition 317
  • 13.1 A new epoch 317
  • 13.2 Grace as event 319
  • 13.3 The new beginning 323
  • 13.4 Metaphors of salvation 328
  • 14 Justification by faith 334
  • 14.1 A new perspective on Paul 335
  • 14.2 The righteousness of God 340
  • 14.3 The impact of Paul’s conversion 346
  • 14.4 Works of the law in Judaism 354
  • 14.5 Not of works 359
  • 14.6 Self-achieved righteousness? 366
  • 14.7 By faith alone 371
  • 14.8 Faith in Christ 379
  • 14.9 The blessings of justification 385
  • 15 Participation in Christ 390
  • 15.1 Christ mysticism 390
  • 15.2 “In Christ.” “in the Lord” 396
  • 15.3 “With Christ» 401
  • 15.4 Complementary formulations 404
  • 15.5 The corporate Christ 408
  • 15.6 The consequences of participation in Christ 410
  • 16 The gift of the Spirit 413
  • 16.1 The third aspect 414
  • 16.2 The eschatological Spirit 416
  • 16.3 Receiving the Spirit 419
  • 16.4 The experience of the Spirit 426
  • 16.5 The blessings of the Spirit 434
  • 16.6 Conclusion 440
  • 17 Baptism 442
  • 17.1 The traditional view 442
  • 17.2 Exegetical issues447
  • 17.3 An ordo salutis?455
  • 17.4 Infant baptism457

 

Chapter 6. The Process of Salvation 461

  • 18 The eschatological tension 461
  • 18.1 Between the times 461
  • 18.2 Already-not yet 466
  • 18.3 The divided “I” 472
  • 18.4 Flesh and Spirit 477
  • 18.5 Sharing Christ’s sufferings 482
  • 18.6 The process completed 487
  • 18.7 Conclusions and corollaries 493
  • 19 Israel 499
  • 19.1 Has God’s word failed (9.1-5)? 500
  • 19.2 Who is Israel (9.6)? 504
  • 19.3 The character of Israel’s election (9.7-29) 509
  • 19.4 Israel’s misunderstanding of its call (9.30-10.21) 514
  • 19.5 Israel not abandoned (11.1-24) 519
  • 19.6 All Israel shall be saved (11.25-36) 526
  • 19.7 The final goal (15.7-13) 529
  • 19.8 Conclusions 531

 

Chapter 7. The Church             533

  • 20 The body of Christ 533
  • 20.1 Redefining corporate identity 534
  • 20.2 The church of God 537
  • 20.3 Community without cult 543
  • 20.4 The body of Christ 548
  • 20.5 Charismatic community 552
  • 20.6 The shared experience of the church 561
  • 20.7 An unrealistic vision? 562
  • 21 Ministry and authority 565
  • 21.1 Charism and office 566
  • 21.2 Paul’s apostolic authority 571
  • 21.3 The other regular ministries 580
  • 21.4 The ministry and authority of women 586
  • 21.5 The authority of the congregation 593
  • 21.6 Discerning the spirits 594
  • 21.7 Conclusion 598
  • 22 The Lord’s Supper 599
  • 22.1 The problem in assessing Paul’s theology of the Lord’s Supper              600
  • 22.2 Influence from other religions? 601
  • 22.3 The origin of the sacrament 606
  • 22.4 The situation in Corinth 609
  • 22.5 Paul’s theology of the Lord’s Supper: spiritual food 613
  • 22.6 Paul’s theology of the Lord’s Supper: sharing in the one body                      615
  • 22.7 Paul’s theology of the Lord’s Supper: christology 620

 

Chapter 8. How Should Believers Live? 625

  • 23 Motivating principles 625
  • 23.1 Indicative and imperative 626
  • 23.2 Once more, the law 631
  • 23.3 Faith and “the law of faith” 634
  • 23.4 Spirit and “the law of the Spirit” 642
  • 23.5 Christ and “the law of Christ” 649
  • 23.6 Liberty and love 658
  • 23.7 Traditional wisdom 661
  • 23.8 Conclusions 668
  • 24 Ethics in practice 670
  • 24.1 The social context 672
  • 24.2 Living within a hostile world — Rom. 12.9-13.14                   674
  • 24.3 Living with fundamental disagreements — Rom. 14.1-15.6                    680
  • 24.4 Living between two worlds: sexual conduct (1 Corinthians 5-6)               689
  • 24.5 Living between two worlds: marriage and divorce (1 Corinthians 7)                 692
  • 24.6 Living between two worlds: slavery (1 Cor. 7.20-23)                  698
  • 24.7 Living between two worlds: social relations (I Corinthians 8-10)              701
  • 24.8 The collection 706
  • 24.9 Conclusion 711

 

Chapter 9. Epilogue        713

  • 25 Postlegomena to a theology of Paul 713
  • 25.1 Paul’s theology as dialogue 713
  • 25.2 The stable foundation of Paul’s theology 716
  • 25.3 The fulcrum point of Paul’s theology 722
  • 25.4 Centre and development 729
  • 25.5 Other innovative and lasting features 733

Index of Subjects          739

Index of Modem Authors     745

Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Writings  759

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