Corpus ID: 170956334

An die Korinther I・II

@inproceedings{LietzmannAnDK,
  title={An die Korinther I・II},
  author={Hans J. Lietzmann}
}
Fellow Workers with God and One Another: Toward a Pauline Theology of Mission
Abstract:What does the phrase θεοῦ γάρ ἐσμεν συνεργοί (1 Cor 3:9a) mean? In his seminal article, Victor Paul Furnish argues that this question is "virtually unanswerable" on lexical and grammaticalExpand
μαλακοί and ἀρσενοκοῖται: In Defence of Tertullian's Translation
The debate over the translation of μαλακοί and ἀρσενοκοῖται in 1 Cor 6.9 can and should be settled by a non-polemical and complete survey of the material now that comprehensive databases of ancientExpand
Paul's Place in a First-Century Revival of the Discourse of “Equality”*
  • L. Welborn
  • Political Science
  • Harvard Theological Review
  • 2017
In 2 Corinthians 8, Paul appeals to the principle of “equality” (ἰσότης) in order to encourage the Corinthians to contribute to the collection for the poor in Jerusalem. What is this “equality” ofExpand
Faith as participation : an exegetical study of some key Pauline texts
This thesis explores the Pauline conception of faith in 1 Thessalonians, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, and Galatians. While most studies on this topic focus attention on Galatians and Romans, thisExpand
Paulus Tragicus: Staging Apostolic Adversity in First Corinthians
In 1 Cor 4:9, Paul writes that God has “displayed” the apostles as condemned to death, “for we have become a theater for the cosmos.” This is followed by three (ironic) antitheses contrasting theExpand
εἷς κύριος and ἡµεῖς in 1 Corinthians 8:6: An Investigation of the First Person Plural in Light of the Lordship of Jesus Christ
Abstract:This study discusses the meaning of the first person plural pronoun in 1 Corinthians 8:6. Scholars generally interpret ἡµῖν/ἡµεῖς as all the members of Christian communitiesExpand
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