5 edition of Social scientific criticism of the New Testament found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 138-174).
|LC Classifications||BS2545.S55 E45 1995|
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|Pagination||ix, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||96143810|
John H. Elliott's Social-Scientific Criticism. This book gives a clearly written, authoritative introduction to social-scientific criticism of the New Testament, including the rise of this method, its practitioners and the focal points of their work, how the method is applied to the interpretation of the biblical text, and the presuppositions and procedures of .
Examples of critical schools: Redaction Criticism: " In the study of biblical literature," the redaction "method of criticism of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and the New Testament that examines the way the various pieces of the tradition have been assembled into the final literary composition by an author or editor. The arrangement and modification of these pieces, according to this method Author: Brad Ost. 'The astuteness of David Horrell's intoduction, the diversity of interests represented in the thirteen essays he has selected, and the extensive notes and bibliography make this book a powerful new resource for the social-scientific interpretation of the New Testament. Anyone interested in this flourishing field, from beginner to practitioner, will find this an invaluable work.'Pages:
Biblical criticism is an umbrella term for those methods of studying the Bible that embrace two distinctive perspectives: the concern to avoid dogma and bias by applying a non-sectarian, reason-based judgment, and the reconstruction of history according to contemporary al criticism uses the grammar, structure, development, and relationship of language to identify such. New Testament, Feminist Scholarship on the New Testament, Men and Masculinity in the New Testament, Rhetoric of the New Testament, Social Sciences and the New Testament Studies, Emerging Approaches in New Testament, Textual Criticism of the New Testament Views of Torah Numbers, Book of.
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This edition, the 35th fromfocuses on social-scientific criticism of the New Testament and its social world. Included are monographs on method and models of this criticism form, normative dissonance and Christian origins, righteousness in the Sermon on the Mount, the idea of purity in Marks gospel, the use of anthropological models for understanding Paul and his opponents, and "III John and Hospitality".5/5(1).
Social Scientific Criticism of the New Testament: A Bibliography (N A B P R BIBLIOGRAPHIC SERIES) Hardcover – December 1, Social Scientific Criticism of the New Testament: A Bibliography (N A B P R BIBLIOGRAPHIC SERIES) Hardcover.
– December 1, Find all the books, read about the author, and : David M. May. Summary: A survey of the field of social-scientific criticism in relation to the New Testament. It covers the leading practitioners, provides practical illustrations of its use, and evaluates its achievements. This item: WHAT IS SOCIAL SCIENTIFIC CRITICISM.
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It covers the leading practitioners, provides practical illustrations of its use, and evaluates its. This book gives a clearly written, authoritative introduction to social-scientific criticism of the New Testament, including the rise of this method, its practitioners and the focal points of their.
Summary This chapter contains sections titled: The Emergence of Social‐Scientific Criticism What Theory. What Models. Other Models and Concepts, Briefly Described Annotated BibliographyCited by: 7.
Broadly defined, social-scientific criticism approaches the texts of the New Testament from the viewpoint that meaning in language is embedded in a social system that is Social scientific criticism of the New Testament book and understood by speakers, hearers, and readers in the communication process.
Social-Science Criticism of the New Testament. New Testament scholars need to be aware of the culture in which the NT waswritten. Social-science criticism accentuates the historical particularity of theScriptures by describing in detail the original setting. Some awareness of this criticalmethod will not only be helpful for our future biblical studies, it will also be relevantto our class paper.
Definition. Social-scientific criticism is an exegetical method which attempts to explore the original social and cultural setting of a text through clues in the text’s content and rhetoric and through the analysis of other ancient evidence. The critic assumes that the world in which these texts were written is very different from our contemporary world; therefore, a modern interpreter cannot simply make.
Collected here in one volume are the best examples of social-scientific Old Testament criticism from the last 20 years of the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, an essential introduction to the field.
Divided into six sections, this volume presents essays on the central methodological and theoretical issues as well as a series of applications to the study of early Israelite social.
Bruce J. Malina is Professor of New Testament at Creighton University, author of The Social Gospel of Jesus (Fortress Press, ) and co-author of Social Science Commentary on the Book of Revelation (Fortress Press, )/5(3). This book gives a clearly written, authoritative introduction to social-scientific criticism of the New Testament, including: the rise of this method its practitioners and the focal points of their work how the method is applied to the interpretation of the biblical text.
The SCM Study Guide to "New Testament Interpretation", together with its companion volume on "New Testament Books", offers an up-to-date, accessible introduction to this fast-changing area of theological study.
Aimed at level one students, it encourages interaction with the New Testament texts and provides pointers for further reading and learning. WHAT IS SOCIAL SCIENTIFIC CRITICISM.
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OCLC Number: Description: v, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Social-science criticism of the New Testament and its social world: more on method and models / John H.
Elliott --Normative dissonance and Christian origins / Bruce J. Malina --Grid and group in Matthew's community: the righteousness/honor code in the Sermon on the Mount / Leland J.
White --Idea of purity in Mark's. states, “Social –scientific criticism of the Bible is that phase of the exe- getical task which analyzes the social and cultural dimensions of the text and of its environ- mental context through the utilization of the perspectives, theory, models, and research of the so.
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Get this from a library! Social scientific criticism of the New Testament: a bibliography. [David M May].The aim of social scientific criticism, as a subfield of biblical exegesis, is to study the biblical materials as a reflection of their cultural setting.
The meaning and/or the social background of the text are thus more fully illumined by the exercise of sociological and anthropological methods and theories. About Social-Scientific Approaches to New Testament Interpretation. In the past twenty-five years, New Testament scholars have drawn on the social sciences, especially anthropology and sociology, to develop a variety of new perspectives on early Christianity.