This commentary on Paul's Epistle to the Romans is indebted to the
fundamental changes in the interpretation of Paul that took place
in recent decades: It shares the general reorientation concerning
Judaism and profits from the developments in our understanding of
ancient Judaism.The comment addresses the biographical background
of the Paulinian theology and the situation of the Roman Christians
informing the epistle. It pays particular attention to the points
of contact with Roman culture, against which the Apostle and the
various Christian groups in Rome had to bear witness to the gospel.
The commentary reads the Epistle to the Romans not as a pedagogical
treatise but instead analyzes the rhetorical function of the
individual sections as part of specific goals of the epistle as a
whole. German text.
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||Theologischer Handkommentar Zum Neuen Testament, 6
• Joachim Rohde
• Udo Schnelle
• Christian Wolff
||230 x 165mm (L x W)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards
||4th 4., Erneut Verb. U. Erweit. Aufl. ed.
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