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Exploring second Corinthians : death and life, hardship, and rivalry

Author: B J Oropeza
Publisher: Atlanta : SBL Press, [2016]
Series: Rhetoric of religious antiquity, no. 3.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: B J Oropeza
ISBN: 9780884141259 088414125X 9780884141235 0884141233 9780884141242 0884141241
OCLC Number: 923651583
Description: xli, 872 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: 1. Introductory Overview --
2. Composition of 2 Corinthians --
3. Setting for 2 Corinthians --
4. Rhetoric in Paul's Letters --
5. Rhetorical Species and Structure of 2 Corinthians --
6. Sociorhetorical Interpretation and Commentary Formatting: Rhetography, Textural Commentary, and Rhetorical Force --
pt. 1. 2 Corinthians 1 --
9 --
Section One. 2 Corinthians 1:1 --
7 --
First Scene: Apostolic and Prophetic Address to a Holy Assembly (1:1 --
2) --
Second Scene: The Benefaction of Consolation through Affliction (1:3 --
7) --
Section Two. 2 Corinthians 1:8 --
2:13 --
First Scene: Deliverance from the Sentence of Death (1:8 --
11) --
Second Scene: Paul's Character Defense and Altered Plan to Visit the Corinthians (1:12 --
2:3) --
Third Scene: Granting Forgiveness and Comforting the Offender (2:4 --
11) --
Fourth Scene: (First Division): Paul's Search for Titus (2:12 --
13) --
Section Three. 2 Corinthians 2:14 --
17 Paul's Prophetic and Priestly Competency as God's Messenger of Death and Life (2:14 --
17) --
Section Four. 2 Corinthians 3:1 --
5:19 --
First Scene: The Corinthians as a Letter of Recommendation Engraved on the Prophetic Messengers' Hearts (3:1 --
6) --
Second Scene: The Ministry of Moses and the Old Covenant Compared with the Ministry of the Spirit and Gospel That Paul Proclaims (3:7 --
4:6) --
Third Scene: The Sufferings Paul Experiences in the Body Manifest the Life of Jesus to the Corinthians and Others (4:7 --
15) --
Fourth Scene: The Messenger's Expectation of Receiving a Heavenly Home (4:16 --
5:10) --
Fifth Scene: Paul as the Persuading Messenger of Reconciliation for the New Creation (5:11 --
19) --
Section Five. 2 Corinthians 5:20 --
7:16 --
First Scene: Appeal for the Corinthians to Be Reconciled to God (5:20 --
6:2) --
Second Scene: Paul as the Suffering and Virtuous Ambassador (6:3 --
10) Third Scene: Appeal for the Corinthians to Open Their Hearts Wide and Be Reconciled (6:11 --
7:4a) --
Fourth Scene: (Second Division): Grief, Comfort, and the Corinthian Response to Paul's Letter of Tears (7:4b --
16) --
Section Six. 2 Corinthians 8:1 --
9:15 --
First Scene: Appeal to the Corinthians to Complete Their Participation in the Collection Offering (8:1 --
24) --
Scene Two: Appeal to the Achaians to Fulfill Their Promise to Participate in the Collection Offering (9:1 --
15) --
pt. 2. 2 Corinthians 10 --
13 --
Section One. 2 Corinthians 10:1 --
13:10; Paul's Second Defense of His Contested Prophetic Body --
First Scene: An Appeal to the Corinthians to Accept Paul's Authority Before He Visits Them (10:1 --
18) --
Second Scene (Part 1): Prologue to the Fool's Discourse, Refusal to Receive Financial Support, and Accusations against the Super-Apostles (11:1 --
21 a) --
Second Scene (Part 2): The Fool's Discourse; Paul's Hardships and Third-Heaven Experience (11:21b --
12:13) Third Scene: Paul's Upcoming Visit and His Appeal for the Corinthians to Be Prepared (12:14 --
13:10) --
Section Two. 2 Corinthians 13:11 --
13; Farewell Exhortations, Peace Wish, Greetings, and Benediction.
Series Title: Rhetoric of religious antiquity, no. 3.
Responsibility: B.J. Oropeza.
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