The Letters of Paul: An Introduction
Since Charles Puskas first published The Letters of Paul, it has provento be a reliable text and reference tool. It is an exemplary guide to the basic issuessurrounding the Pauline letters-who really wrote each letter; when it was written;the letter's social context, audience, and literary characteristics-and also includes discussion of the worlds of Paul, the letter genre, and the rhetorical arrangementof each letter.
Working with noted Pauline scholar Mark Reasoner on this new, secondedition-with more than 40 percent new and revised material-the authors have taken account of a host of diverse cultural, historical, sociorhetorical, literary, andcontextual studies of recent years and critically reexamined several issues of authorship, date, historical situation, literary form,and rhetorical structure. They have addressed new and pressing issues, filledcertain lacunae, and generally updated the book for a new generation ofreaders.
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Philippians: An Introduction and Study Guide: Historical Problems, Hierarchical Visions, Hysterical Anxieties (T&T Clark's Study Guides to the New Testament)