By Alf Christophersen, Bruce Longenecker, Jýrg Frey, Carsten Claussen
The caliber of contributions during this quantity displays the eminence of Sandy Wedderburn, who taught at St Andrews earlier than relocating to Durham and at last to Munich to be triumphant Ferdinard Hahn. the themes addressed mirror Wedderburn's pursuits and contain a comparability of the Lord's Supper with cultic nutrients in Qumran and in Hellenistic cults, glossolalia in Acts, the Lukan prologue, 'new production' in Paul, and Adam and Christ in Romans. The individuals comprise David Aune, Richard Bauckham, Richard Bell, James Dunn, Ferdinand Hahn, Christina Hoegen-Rohls, Robert Jewett, Hans Klein, H.-W. Kuhn, David Moessner, Stanley Porter, Heikki Raisanen, Margaret Thrall, Oda Wischmeyer and Chrisitian Wolff.
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189. 42. In fact Paul never supports a justification of believers at the final judgment. K. Fung, The Epistle to the Galatians (NICNT; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1988), p. 235. Many point to the future gift of SiKcuoauvri in Gal. g. Kasemann, Romer, p. 149). F. Bruce, The Epistle of Paul to the Galatians: A Commentary on the Greek Text [NIGTC; Exeter: Paternoster Press, 1982], p. 41). Also Hofius, 'AdamChrisms-Antithese', pp. 189-90 n. 161, points out that the genitive as in Col. 23;Eph. 4; Barn. 8, refers to the 'Fundament der E Arris' • Other texts taken to support a future justification are Rom.
135. 15. Fischer, 'Glaube und Mythos', p. 308: 'Es handelt sich hier um Identitat, insofern die mythische Erkenntnis den Erkennenden in den Zusammenhang des immer wieder selben Geschehens stellt ("Es ist immer wieder dieselbe Nacht, die den Morgen und den Tag gebiert"). ' 16. See Hiibner, Wahrheit, pp. 135-36; idem, 'Mythos F, TRE, XXIII (1994), pp. 30-32). 17. Hiibner appears to understand the myth of Adam in terms of 'identische Wiederholung'; see 'Mythos F, p. B. Mohr [Paul Siebeck], 2001), pp.
My choice of sides differs from that of Sanders (and agrees with Walter): Paul's allusions to an earthly fulfilment are too colourless to make up a bearing construction in his thought. It is these 'earthly' traditions that Paul has 'made use of, while his own emphasis lies elsewhere. Paul may not have questioned the belief in an earthly consummation (which was part of the Christian tradition received by him), and yet it seems to have played no significant part in his active thought. While I can (just about, hesitantly) push myself to imagine that Paul may still have shared this belief, I find it very hard to assume that he would have preached about it, or expanded on it in his oral teaching.
Paul, Luke and the Graeco-Roman World: Essays in Honour of Alexander J.M. Wedderburn by Alf Christophersen, Bruce Longenecker, Jýrg Frey, Carsten Claussen