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|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-247) and indexes.
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|| Cover; Editorial Board; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Preface; Abbreviations; Introduction; Part I A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PAUL''S CONCEPT OF ATONEMENT; Chapter 1 PAUL AND SACRIFICE; Chapter 2 MEDITERRANEAN APOTROPAEIC RITUALS; Chapter 3 PAUL''s CONCEPT OF THE CURSED AND SINFUL CHRIST; Part II A DEVELOPMENTAL STUDY OF PAUL''S SOTERIOLOGY; Chapter 4 THE CHRONOLOGY OF PAUL''S LETTERS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIS THOUGHT; Chapter 5 THE DEVELOPMENT OF PAUL''S SOTERIOLOGY IN HIS EARLY CAREER: 2THESSALONIANS, l THESSALONIANS, l CORINTHIANS.
Chapter 6 THE DEVELOPMENT OF PAUL''S SOTERIOLOGY IN HIS LATER CAREER: 2 CORINTHIANS AND GALATIANSGreek and Latin Expulsion Texts; Appendix 1 MAPPING PAUL''S EARLY THOUGHT ON THE TERRITORY OF EARLY CHRISTIANITY; Appendix 2 PHELIPPIANS 2.5-11; Bibliography; Index of References; Index of Authors.
|| In the first part of this study, McLean deals with Paul's letters synchronically, critiquing the traditional sacrificial interpretation of Paul's atonement theology and offering an alternative model, previously unexplored in scholarship; the argument is not genealogical, but analogical, drawing on the work of Jonathan Z. Smith. In the second part, McLean describes and builds on the method of John Hurd, studying the development of Paul's soteriology diachronically; Paul's letters are examined in chronological order, and the sociological factors that contributed to each development are examined.
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