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An introduction to Adam christology in Paul: A history of interpretation, the Jewish background, and an exegesis of Romans 5:12-21
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An introduction to Adam christology in Paul: A history of interpretation, the Jewish background, and an exegesis of Romans 5:12-21
자료유형  
 전자책
 
I9033451
DDC  
230-22
청구기호  
PQDT UMI 2016-01-00394
저자명  
Sapp, David A.
서명/저자  
An introduction to Adam christology in Paul: A history of interpretation, the Jewish background, and an exegesis of Romans 5:12-21
발행사항  
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1990
형태사항  
392 p
주기사항  
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 51-07, Section: A, page: 2427.
학위논문주기  
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1990.
초록/해제  
The history of research on Adam christology in Paul looks not only at twentieth century interpretations of Rom. 5 and 1 Cor. 15 in-depth but also at their pre-history in nineteenth views and at patristic interpretation. It shows the inadequacy of classical history of religions approaches which view Adam christology in terms of a Gnostic or Philonic background. This approach was actually a modification of the liberal nineteenth century conception of the last Adam as the preexistent pneumatic man who returns to his original nature through the resurrection. Salvation history approaches, despite many false turns in interpretation, are based on better presuppositions.
초록/해제  
Early Jewish documents reveal two primary streams of thought regarding Adam, sin, and death. One finds the origin of death in the created bodily nature of man (Sirach, Wisdom of Solomon, Philo, Josephus), the other in personal sin against God (4 Ezra, 2 Baruch, Apocalypse of Moses, Life of Adam and Eve, most of the Rabbis). Paul stands in the latter tradition. But Judaism never arrived at an Adam-Messiah typology. Paul's Christian typological presuppositions regarding salvation history and his belief in the lordship of Christ make his position largely independent of Jewish views of Adam.
초록/해제  
In Romans 5:12-21 Paul begins the Adam-Christ typology by asserting a corporate sin in Adam, through whom all people are legally constituted sinners, death has been pronounced upon all as the penalty of sin, and death now reigns over all. But through the one righteous, obedient act of Christ--his death on the cross (his obedient life is presupposed)--grace (the gift of righteousness, justification) has overflowed to all people, although only those who receive that grace actually experience justification. The sacrificial connotations of Paul's language constitute Christ in Rom. 5:15-21 the eschatological Adam, not merely a recapitulation of the first Adam. Paul has formulated his concept of the overflow of divine grace through the righteous, obedient act of Christ on the basis of early Christian thought and the OT (Exod. 34:6). His concept of the death of the eschatological Adam has been shaped by Isa. 53, to which Paul's language has definite linguistic and theological links. The designation of Christ, like Adam, as "one man" indicates that the eschatological Adam is a man and suggests that his redemptive work for other people presupposes his humanity. Paul's corporate-individual anthropological presuppositions have shaped his thought.
일반주제명  
Theology,
일반주제명  
Biblical studies,
기타저자  
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
기본자료저록  
Dissertation Abstracts International. 51-07A.
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Control Number  
kjcl:395034

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