Table of contents for Where to live : the hermeneutical significance of Paul's citations from Scripture in Galatians 3:1-14 / Andrew H. Wakefield.


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS	ix
CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION	1
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM	1
INTERTEXTUALITY: A POSSIBLE WAY FORWARD	7
PROCEDURE	9
CHAPTER 2. SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS OF RECENT SCHOLARSHIP: PAUL AND THE LAW	11
LUTHER AND THE "TRADITIONAL" POSITION	13
Luther	13
Sinful Self-Righteousness: Bultmann	16
The "Missing Premise": No One Can Keep the Law	18
Summary	20
THE "NEW PERSPECTIVE ON PAUL": AN EMERGING CONSENSUS?	23
E. P. Sanders	23
Response to Sanders	28
James D. G. Dunn: "Works of Law" and "Boundary Markers"	30
Response from the Traditional Reformation Position: Gundry, Westerholm, Thielman	33
Summary: Problems Remaining	39
ALTERNATIVES	45
John M. G. Barclay: Identity and Behavior	46
J. Louis Martyn: Apocalyptic Antinomies	49
CHAPTER 3. SUMMARY AND ANALYSIS OF RECENT SCHOLARSHIP: PAUL'S USE OF SCRIPTURE	57
GENERAL APPROACHES TO PAUL'S USE OF SCRIPTURE	57
The Mechanics of Citation: Paul as Quoter of Scripture	58
The Hermeneutics of Citation: Paul as Interpreter of Scripture	61
EFFORTS TO DEAL WITH TENSIONS: PAUL'S USE OF SCRIPTURE IN GALATIANS 3:1-14	65
Tension Between Paul's Argument and the Citations	66
Two "Standard" Solutions	67
Other Solutions	74
Tension Between Citations	79
The Problem: Contradictory Citations	79
Two "Standard" Solutions	80
Solutions from Historical / Cultural Antecedents	89
The Citations as Evidence for Pauline Inconsistency?	93
CONCLUSIONS	94
CHAPTER 4. INTERTEXTUALITY	99
A BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF INTERTEXTUALITY	100
Theory	100
Practice: Problems and Limitations	104
Limiting the Scope	104
Observations	112
Intertextuality in Biblical Studies	114
Echoes of Scripture: Richard Hays	114
Intertextuality and Midrash: Daniel Boyarin	117
Short Intertextual Studies on Paul: Keesmat, Jervis, Jobes	119
Analysis	121
INTERTEXTUALITY AND GALATIANS 3: SELECTED INSIGHTS AND METHODS	122
Limiting the Scope of the Investigation	122
Selected Methods	124
CHAPTER 5. UNGRAMMATICALITIES AND PRESUPPOSITIONS IN GALATIANS 3:1-14	133
STRUCTURE AND FORM	134
The Chiastic Structure of the Citations	134
Significance of the Chiastic Structure	139
The Citations as the Framework of Paul's Argument	139
Metaleptic Ungrammaticality: Blessing, Curse, Life, and . . . ?	144
Summary	146
PRESUPPOSED INTERTEXTS	147
The Role of Scripture in Paul's Argument	148
Authority and Applicability	149
Citation as Proof, Premise, or Conclusion	153
Presuppositions of Contrast: ZÈsetai as the "Hinge-Point" of the Argument	169
Summary	173
"UNGRAMMATICALITIES" AND THE MATRIX OF MEANING	174
Leviticus 18:5 and Habakkuk 2:4: Scripture Against Scripture	176
Deuteronomy 27:26: The Threat of the Curse	179
Loose Ends and Implications: Redemption and Righteousness	183
SUMMARY: A READING OF GAL 3:1-14	187
CHAPTER 6. CONCLUSION: IMPLICATIONS FOR ISSUES IN PAULINE THEOLOGY	191
PAUL AND THE LAW	192
What Is Wrong with the Law?	192
What Is the Place of the Law in the Ongoing Life of the Christian?	196
Law in General, or the Torah Specifically?	199
LIVING IN THE SPIRIT: A PRACTICAL ETHIC?	201
Living by the Spirit: Inadequate Answers	201
Living in the Spirit	204
TASKS REMAINING	206
CONCLUSION	208
APPENDIX. `OTI . . . DHLON . . . `OTI IN HELLENISTIC LITERATURE	209
BIBLIOGRAPHY	217
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Bible, N, T, Galatians III, 1-14 Relation to the Old Testament, Bible, O, T, Quotations in the New Testament, Bible, O, T, Relation to Galatians, Paul, the Apostle, Saint Views on Jewish law, Law and gospel Biblical teaching