The Body in Question: Metaphor and Meaning in the Interpretation of Ephesians 5:21-33 (Biblical Interpretation Series, Vol 30) download epub
Many scholars are at great pains to interpret and explain the metaphor of the body in the letter to the Ephesians . A Cognitive Interpretation of Discourse Deixis.
Many scholars are at great pains to interpret and explain the metaphor of the body in the letter to the Ephesians correctly. From a reader-response criticism point of view, the notion of a correct interpretation is dubious. Metaphors point to realities beyond themselves. We use them to speak about the invisible, to understand and explain human affairs and the world of God. But metaphors are also rooted in the context of the culture and politics that created them.
The Body in Question book. This study is an analysis of the argumentation of Ephesians 5:21-33.
Biblical Interpretation Series, Volume: 3. This study is an analysis of the argumentation of Ephesians 5:21-33
Biblical Interpretation Series, Volume: 30. Author: Dawes.
The two disciplines in question are linguistics and biblical s-in particular . Sensing this, perhaps, Dawes informs the reader up front (p. 17) that s/he can skip this first part on metaphor theory and go straight to chs.
The two disciplines in question are linguistics and biblical s-in particular, the burgeoning theories of metaphor and ongoing attempts to disclose the structure of argumentation and the contemporary significance of the pericope, Eph 5:21-33. Based on his doctoral dissertation submitted to the University of Otago, New Zealand, Dawes's book is principally comprised of an introduction, three parts encompassing nine chapters, and an appendix.
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Approaching Ephesians 5: 21-33 by way of a discussion of metaphorical .
The tension created by these two uses of the 'body' metaphor implies that neither a simple hierarchical nor a simple egalitarian interpretation of the passage can be justified.
Book Overview The interpretation of this passage remains fiercely contested: while some.
The Body in Question : Metaphor and Meaning in the Interpretation of Ephesians 5:21-33.
Fair interpretation necessitates that, in the same spirit by which we evaluate Ephesians’s teaching regarding slaves . Ephesians 5:21–33, as is common throughout Scripture and literature, utilizes the literary mechanism of analogy as a tool for conveying meaning.
Fair interpretation necessitates that, in the same spirit by which we evaluate Ephesians’s teaching regarding slaves, we acknowledge how the cultural and social norms regarding women in the first century underlie the author’s instructions regarding women and marriage. Starting with a solid understanding of the social and historical context is essential to arriving at a balanced and thoughtful interpretation of the Bible.
For a number of compelling reasons beyond the scope of this study, the disputed letters of Paul (besides Colossians and Ephesians, 2 Thessalonians and the Pastoral Epistles, . 1 and 2 Timothy, Titus) are thought by a majority of scholars to imply a church setting which postdates the time of Paul by at least one generation, as in the case of Colossians
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