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Paul's Line of Thought in 2 Corinthians 4:16-5:10

2005. Buch. XI, 282 S. Softcover
Mohr Siebeck ISBN 978-3-16-148444-5
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Fredrik Lindgård analyzes verses 4:16-5:10 in 2 Corinthians, verses which have often been used to argue that Paul's eschatology developed over time or to ascertain whether or not Paul is an anthropological dualist. Paul's concern is how the Corinthians see him. His aim is to show them that he is frank and "open" to them and that his attitude to adversities confirms that he is a real apostle. He reveals his thoughts and emotions when facing suffering. The author shows that the section and its context do not support the view that Paul changed or developed his eschatology. Instead, the text displays the unsystematic character of Paul's eschatology. Concepts which Paul normally uses separately occur side by side without elaboration. Although Paul uses both dualistic and holistic language, the dominating feature is dualism. The analysis shows that a wide rhetorical approach can be useful when trying to understand Paul.
By analyzing 2 Cor 4:16- 5:10, Fredrik Lindgård contributes to the discussion about the character of Paul's 'language' concerning eschatology and anthropology. He demonstrates the fruitful use of a wide rhetorical approach when reading Paul's letter.
German summary:
Die Gedankenführung des Paulus in 2 Kor 4,16-5,10.
Fredrik Lindgård untersucht den zweiten Korintherbrief und zeigt, daß sich die Einstellung des Paulus zu Fragen der Eschatologie gegenüber früheren Briefen nicht geändert hat. Der Autor analysiert vor allem den Sprachgebrauch des Apostels und weist nach, daß er - die Anthropologie betreffend - sowohl holistische als auch dualistische Ausdrücke verwendet, wobei der Dualismus allerdings überwiegt.
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