Asceticism and the New Testament [Leif E. Vaage, Vincent L. Wimbush] on irelytuqypov.ml *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. As a complex historical. Addressing each book of the New Testament, an outstanding roster of scholars considers what asceticism may mean within New Testament studies.
This collection of essays is about the politics of two types of disciplin e ary practices, namely, ancient asceticism and world renunciations, and the arena of contemporary scholarship in the New Testament and early Christianity. The first set of disciplinary practices—ancient asceticism and world renunciations—refers to some clearly identifiable, intentional, often religiously inspired and religiously justified, and often absolutist orientations to and understandings of a particular society and culture and the enveloping natural order. An unknown error has occurred.
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Synopsis Addressing each book of the New Testament, an outstanding roster of scholars considers what asceticism may mean within New Testament studies. The question of the role of asceticism has often been overlooked in examining the New Testament.
This major project in New Testament Studies is both comprehensive and comparative in its representation of how the question of asceticism might reorder the way in which we interpret the New Testament. Excerpt Leif E.
Vaage and Vincent L. Wimbush I. Van Kooten Brill, Read preview Overview. Jesus in History and Myth By R. Vaage , Vincent L. The role of asceticism has often been overlooked in examining the New Testament.
This comprehensive and comparative text reveals new ways of interpreting the New Testament and challenges much contemporary scholarship. Asceticism and Marks Gospel. Askesis and the Early Jesus Tradition. Beloved Physician of the Soul?
Luke as Advocate for Ascetic Practice. Asceticism and the Gospel of John.
Askesis and Resistance in the Pastoral Letters. Where is This World Headed? Irony World Renunciation and the Pauline Corpus. An Asceticism of Resistance in James.
Disciplines of Difference Asceticism and History in Paul.