6 edition of Rhetorical Argumentation in Biblical Texts found in the catalog.
by Trinity Press International
Written in English
|Contributions||Anders Eriksson (Editor), Thomas H. Olbricht (Editor), Walter Ubelacker (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||436|
Phyllis Trible examines rhetorical criticism as a discipline within biblical studies. In part one of Rhetorical Criticism: Context, Method, and the Book of Jonah, she surveys the historical antecedents of the method from ancient times to the postmodern era: classical rhetoric, literary critical theory, literary study of the Bible, and form criticism. Designed for the pastor and Bible teacher, the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the Old Testament features today’s top Old Testament scholars and brings together commentary features rarely gathered together in one volume. With careful discourse analysis and interpretation of the Hebrew text, the authors trace the flow of argument in each Old Testament book, showing that how a biblical.
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During the last ten years, however, interpreters have increasingly studied the rhetorical argumentation in texts. The authors in this volume examine rhetorical argumentation in the Hebrew Bible, the Gospels, the Pauline letters, and the Book of Revelation, Author: Thomas H.
Olbricht. During the last ten years, however, interpreters have increasingly studied the rhetorical argumentation in texts. The authors in this volume examine rhetorical argumentation in the Hebrew Bible, the Gospels, the Pauline letters, and the Book of Revelation, Pages: In the latest volume Rhetorical Argumentation in Biblical Texts book the Emory Studies in Early Christianity series, the contributors seek a better understanding of how various biblical authors present their arguments, support their claims, and attempt to persuade their readers.A century ago the rhetorical analysis of texts focused on the study of rhetorical figures in texts (elocutio).
In the mid-twentieth century, scholars such as. Argumentation in John 5 / Harold W. Attridge --The question at the center: a specific device of rhetorical argumentation in scripture / Roland Meynet --"To make the weaker argument defeat the stronger": sophistical argumentation in Paul's letter to the Romans / Johan S.
Vos --The tongues of men: understanding Greek rhetorical sources for. Thomas Olbricht - Rhetorical Argumentation in Biblical Texts. In this volume, the contributors seek a better understanding of how various biblical authors present their arguments. Oniszczuk, Rhetorical Function of the Central Unit in Biblical Texts 2 to offer a systematic classification of rhetoric functions the central unit may have in biblical texts.
Such classification could only be an outcome of a meticulous rhetorical analysis of many, if not all, biblical texts. Reference Works. The majority of rhetorical analysis has been conducted according to Greco-Roman rhetoric. Lausberg and Martin provide the thorough discussions of Greco-Roman rhetoric with extensive primary source citation, with the former being more comprehensive.
Porter discusses Greco-Roman rhetoric in the narrower context of the genres and works of the New Testament. Textual criticism is the study of these manuscripts in an attempt to determine what the original reading actually was.
There are three primary methods to textual criticism. The first is the Textus Receptus. The Textus Receptus was a manuscript of the Bible that was compiled by a man named Erasmus in the s A.D. Literary devices in the Bible. Introduction. The Bible contains many types of figurative language, whether in poetry or prose, gospel or epistle.
Why does God use such literary devices to communicate His word to us. Well, these devices are a part of language. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Conference held JulyDescription: xviii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Argumentation theory: an overview of approaches and research themes / Frans H. van Eemeren --Argumentative textures in socio-rhetorical interpretation / Vernon K.
Robbins --The use and abuse of Lausberg in biblical studies / R. Dean. The analysis of biblical rhetoric has been developed only in the last years. The first half of this book outlines the history of the method known as rhetorical analysis in biblical studies, illustrated by numerous texts.
The work of Lowth (who focused on 'parallelism'), Bengel (who drew attention to 'chiasmus'), Jebb and Boys (the method's real founders at the turn of the ninteenth century.
New Testament Interpretation through Rhetorical Criticism provides readers of the Bible with an important tool for understanding the Scriptures.
Based on the theory and practice of Greek rhetoric in the New Testament, George Kennedy's approach acknowledges that New Testament writers wrote to persuade an audience of the truth of their by: Reading the Bible with an eye to the rhetorical nature of its discourse—not just the style, but its structures and modes of argumentation—gives one a sharpened view of biblical figures, their legacy, and much else in the biblical text.
One also gets new insight into the audiences for whom biblical messages were originally intended. Through an argumentation analysis can one show how it is feasible to view a narrative religious text such as the Gospel of Matthew as a literary argument.
The Gospel is not just “good news” but an elaborate argument for the standpoint that Jesus is the Son of God, the Messiah. It is shown why an argumentation analysis needs to be supplemented with a pragmatic literary analysis in order to Cited by: 3. A second type of biblical hermeneutics is moral interpretation, which seeks to establish exegetical principles by which ethical lessons may be drawn from the various parts of the Bible.
Allegorization was often employed in this endeavour. The Letter of Barnabas (c. ce), for example, interprets the dietary laws prescribed in the Book of Leviticus as forbidding not the flesh of certain. All of the books of the New Testament were written within a lifetime of the death of Jesus of Nazareth.
Not so the so-called “other gospels,” which were pseudepigraphical Gnostic works written years later. To date we have over Greek manuscripts of the New Testament, with an astounding million pages of biblical. Biblical literature - Biblical literature - The critical study of biblical literature: exegesis and hermeneutics: Exegesis, or critical interpretation, and hermeneutics, or the science of interpretive principles, of the Bible have been used by both Jews and Christians throughout their histories for various purposes.
The most common purpose has been discovering the truths and values of the Old. Types of Argumentation. Three common types of argumentation are classical A type of argument that relies on the presentation of a thesis, use of rhetorical appeals, and refutation of opposing views., Toulminian Based on the work of Stephen Toulmin, a type of argument concerned with the establishment of claims, backed by warrants and supported with evidence., and Rogerian Based on the work of.
Historical context refers to the whole life situation in which the letter or book arose. The literary context refers to the words and sentences and paragraphs and larger sections within which that text is found.
Those two contexts give us the key to meaning. The biblical text sets the agenda, the meaning of the text controls our.
7 Rhetorical Appeals — Rhetoric in Argumentation 7 Rhetoric,Logic, & Argumentation: A Guide for Student Writers Rhetorical Appeals T here are many definitions for the term rhetoric, but Plato may have put it best when he described it as “the art of ruling the minds of men.”.
In that sense, the entire Bible is rhetorical, and biblical rhetorical critics can study the arguments of any biblical author to discern the means of persuasion used. In studying literary devices, critics are studying some of the means of persuasion, even if they are not studying them as a means a persuasion.Phyllis Trible (born Octo ) is a feminist biblical scholar from Richmond, Virginia, United States.
Trible's works centres on the Hebrew Bible, and is considered by some in her field as a prominent influence on feminist biblical interpretation.
Trible has written a multitude of books on interpretation of the Hebrew Bible, and has lectured around the world, including the United States Alma mater: Meredith College, Union Theological Seminary.What do you call the literary device where a reference to something else (typically a place, a person, or another work of literature) is used to convey a particular meaning, but it is left to the reader to make the actual connection?