Using the method of critical intertextual research, this book
analyses the phenomena of hypertextuality and ethopoeia in the New
Testament writings against the background of the Second Temple
literature, the historical Jesus, and the historical Paul. The work
demonstrates that all twenty post-Pauline writings including the
Gospels, like some of Paul's letters, are only loosely related to
history. On the other hand, the New Testament writings constitute a
logically consistent network of intertextual-rhetorical
relationships which have to be properly investigated and
interpreted. Only analyses of this kind enable us to understand the
internal logic of the New Testament as a whole and the true meaning
of its individual works.
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