From Slaves to Sons
A New Rhetoric Analysis on Paul’s Slave Metaphors in His Letter to the Galatians
©2005 Monographs XII, 235 Pages
Series: Studies in Biblical Literature, Volume 81
Researchers on Greco-Roman slavery, formative Christianity, and New Testament theology will surely benefit from this groundbreaking book, a study of the Apostle Paul’s slave metaphors in Galatians using the New Rhetoric Model as the lens of analysis. From Roman slave laws in the first century C.E. to the text of Galatians, this book provides an excellent test case for all other studies of first-century metaphors, parables, analogies, and other related genres. Moreover, this book demonstrates explicitly, using examples and a clear step-by-step method to clarify the meanings behind Paul’s metaphors.
- XII, 235
- ISBN (Hardcover)
- Paulus (Apostel) Galaterbrief Sklaverei Metapher
- New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2005. XII, 235 pp.