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NT 260 Pauline Letter A. Presented by : Joseph Wu Iok Ka. Paul the letter writer and his theology. Paul’s letter. 1 Thessalonians and 2 Thessalonians Galatians 1 Corinthian and 2 Corinthian. Ancient Greek letters. Pliny to the

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NT 260 Pauline Letter A

Presented by : Joseph Wu Iok Ka

paul s letter

Paul’s letter

1 Thessalonians and

2 Thessalonians

Galatians

1 Corinthian and

2 Corinthian

ancient greek letters

Ancient Greek letters

Pliny to the

Roman emperor in second century CE, written on the piece of papyrus.

the structure of ancient greek letters

The structure of ancient Greek letters

Sender and recipient named

Greeting to the recipients

Main body of the letter

Prayer for the recipients

Closing greeting

the structure of ancient greek letters1

The structure of ancient Greek letters

Sender and recipient named added co-authord

Greeting to the recipients

Main body of the letter

Prayer for the recipients

Closing greeting  (Long)

rhetorical criticism of the pauline letters

Rhetorical criticism of the Pauline letters

The Rome famous orator and teacher Quintilian

hans dieter betz

Hans Dieter Betz

The rhetorical structure of Galatians

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The Epistolary prescript (1.1-5)

The letter opening, naming the sender , addressees, etc.

The exordium(1.6-11)

The opening section of the speech, intended to prepare our audience in such a way that they will be disposed to lend a ready ear to the rest of our speech(Quintilian4.1.5)

The narratio(1.12-2.14)

A ‘statement of facts:the events and facts leading up to and bearing upon the case.

The propositio(2.15-21)

A summary of what is to be drawn from the narratio, any points of disagreement, and the main theses to be proven

The probation (3.1-4.31)

The ‘proof’ (often in various parts)which is essential to establish the case..

The exhortatio orparaenesis

(5.1-6.10)

Exhortation and instruction

The epistolary postscript or conclusio(6.11-18)

Written in Paul’s own hand (see 6.11), authenticating the letter, summing it up and adding any final concerns

1975 Hans Dieter Betz outlining page 51-51

margaret mitchell three type of rhetorical

Margaret Mitchell Three type of rhetorical

1 Corinthians

Forensic or Judicial

Deliberative

Epideictic

paul was pioneering theologian

Paul was Pioneering theologian

What is the heart message of Paul ?

stories

stories

Adam (sinned)

Abraham (faith)

Christ (redeemer)

two school of about the death of christ

Two school of about The death of Christ

Sacrificial perspective

They are now justified by his grace as a gift, through the redemptin…Rom3.24

two school of about the death of christ1

Two school of about The death of Christ

  • participative perspective
  • Should we continue in sinned and fall short of the glory of God…Rom4.1
christology god or man

Christology : God or man

Pre-existent Son of God

Rom 9.5;Col1.15

  • Born of a woman

Gal4.4; Phil 2.5-11

god the father

God the father

  • Creator

God the father

the spirit

The Spirit

  • New Testament

Old Testament

  • Dichotomy
eschatology and salvation

Eschatology and salvation

Jewish apocalyptic view

(In the last day)

  • Paul’s eschatology

(The day of the Lord)

righteousness and faith

Righteousness and faith

William Wrede,

Albert Schweitzer

1 subject or object

1.subject or object

  • Subject genitive

Object genitive

to believe or to have faith

To believe or to have faith

To believe :

I (subject) believe in Christ (object)

To have faith :accepting a faith from Christ(subject), to have faith to forgive our(object) sins

ethics

Ethics

Indicative:

She is sitting on the chair

Imperative :

Sit on the chair

discussion

Discussion

According to Page 70-71 what do Horrell may stand for which kind of millennium? And what is your standing about millennium?

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