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Seven Pauline Letters

Peter F. Ellis

Seven Pauline Letters
Seven Pauline Letters

ISBN: 9780814612453, 1245

Details: 296 pgs, 6 x 9 x 5/8
Publication Date: 07/16/1982
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Peter Ellis' Seven Pauline Letters does for students of Paul what his Men and Message of the Old Testament and what his Matthew: His Mind and His Message does for students of Matthew's Gospel. With a style noteworthy for its precision and clarity, Seven Pauline Letters provides students of Paul's letters with:

  • up-to-date commentaries on 1 Thessalonians, 1 and 2 Corinthians, Philippians, Galatians, Romans, and Philemon
  • revolutionary new insights on the literary structure and the theological argumentation of the Pauline letters
  • extended explanations of apocalyptic literature, eschatology, and the kenotic hymn (Phil 2:6-11)
  • a nuanced presentation of the theological development of Paul's mind from his first letter to his last
  • a new and insightful study of Paul's magnificent theological syntheses in his profound letter to the Romans

Teachers of Scripture will be delighted with Seven Pauline Letters. Students of Paul will treasure it for its enticing pedagogy, its masterful mirror of Paul's mind, and its brilliant analysis of Paul's theology.

Peter F. Ellis (1921-2009), was a Professor of Biblical Theology at Fordham University, where he had taught since 1972. He took his studies at Mount St. Alphonsus Seminary, Esopus, New York; the Angelicum, Rome (S.T.L., 1949); the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome (S.S.L., 1951); the Institut Catholique, Paris; and the Ecole Biblique, Jerusalem.

ISBN: 9780814612453, 1245

Details: 296 pgs, 6 x 9 x 5/8
Publication Date: 07/16/1982