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|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 216-228) and indexes.
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|| Cover; Editorial Board; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Abbreviations; Preface; Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION; Chapter 2 THE HISTORY OF INTERPRETATION: FROM REFORMATION TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY; Chapter 4 THE REMOTE CONTEXT OF THE FRAGMENT: NEW COVENANT AND SECOND EXODUS TRADITIONS IN 2 CORINTHIANS 2.14-5.10; Chapter 5 THE IMMEDIATE CONTEXT OF THE FRAGMENT: NEW COVENANT AND SECOND EXODUS TRADITIONS IN 2 CORINTHIANS 5.11-7.4; Chapter 6 A CRITIQUE OF ALTERNATIVE CONTEXTUAL THEORIES; Chapter 7 CONCLUSION; Appendix A; Appendix B; Bibliography; Index of References; Index of Authors.
|| The text of 2 Cor. 6.14-7.1, commonly called the 'fragment', has been the focus of much debate, due largely to its enigmatic presence within the context of 2.14-7.4. This work forges a new line of research on the problem of contextual disruption through an examination of the Old Testament traditions used within the fragment (their source, redactional focus and theology). Next, a similar traditions study is pursued in the current literary context of 2.14-7.4. A surprising degree of continuity between the fragment and its context is discovered in the use of Old Testament traditions, particularly.
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