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by Christopher Stanley

  • ISBN: 0800664582
  • Category: Christian Books
  • Author: Christopher Stanley
  • Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fortress Press (July 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 384 pages
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In The Colonized Apostle, Christopher D. Stanley has gathered many of the foremost voices in postcolonial and .

In The Colonized Apostle, Christopher D. Stanley has gathered many of the foremost voices in postcolonial and empire-critical scholarship on Paul to provide a state-of-the-art guide to these questions. This latest addition to the Paul in Critical Contexts series includes essays introducing postcolonial criticism and applying its insights both to Paul's context in the Roman world and to the reevaluation of contemporary interpretation.

The Colonized Apostle book. In The Colonized Apostle, Christopher D.

Postcolonialism is a critical theory analysis of the history, culture .

Postcolonialism is a critical theory analysis of the history, culture, literature, and discourse of European imperial power. Now, who would say that's just the oppressed? The working class is oppressed. Several terms including Paul Gilroy's counter culture of modernity and Tani E. Barlow's Colonial modernity have been used to describe the kind of alternative modernity that emerged in non-European contexts.

Marx) Colonizing Postcolonial Theory (Said/Spivak/Bhabha)?, Journal for the Study of the New Testament 3. (2008) . Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2011. Stanley, Christopher, The Colonialized Apostle: Paul in Postcolonial Eyes. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2011

Marx) Colonizing Postcolonial Theory (Said/Spivak/Bhabha)?, Journal for the Study of the New Testament 3. (2008): 418–88. Hill, Johnny Bernard, Prophetic Rage: A Postcolonial Theology of Liberation. Jong-Kumru, Wietske de, Postcolonial Feminist Theology: Enacting Cultural, Religious, Gender and Sexual Differences in Theology. Zürich: LIT Verlag, 2013. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress, 2011. Sugirtharajah, R. Exploring Postcolonial Biblical Criticism: History, Method, Practice.

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In Postcolonial Biblical Interpretation: Reframing Paul, Punt not only . The essays that ground discussions in textual and social contexts are espe- cially strong.

Since most of this volume contains pieces based on essays published else- where, I will largely engage the questions Punt has so thoroughly put forth with their republication The essays that ground discussions in textual and social contexts are espe- cially strong.

Paul in critical contexts. Minneapolis: Fortress. Visualizing significant otherness. Reimagining Pauline studies through hybrid lenses. The colonized Apostle. Paul through postcolonial eyes. Paul in Critical Contexts. Minneapolis: Fortress), p. 4-94.

This contribution explores the interplay between Paul’s use of the Scriptures of Israel and the imperial setting in claims about Abraham and . Minneapolis: Fortress), 2011.

This contribution explores the interplay between Paul’s use of the Scriptures of Israel and the imperial setting in claims about Abraham and the negotiation of identity in the Galatians letter. The letter, from Paul’s perspective, is testimony to fierce contestation of identity and finds him engaged in describing, defining and scripting insiders and outsiders in and around the community. In his efforts to argue for a certain identity, Paul not only enlisted the Scriptures of Israel but als. ONTINUE READING.

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How did Roman imperial culture shape the environment in which Paul carried out his apostolate? How do the multiple legacies of modern colonialism and contemporary empire shape, illuminate, or obscure our readings of Paul's letters? In The Colonized Apostle, Christopher D. Stanley has gathered many of the foremost voices in postcolonial and empire-critical scholarship on Paul to provide a state-of-the-art guide to these questions. This latest addition to the Paul in Critical Contexts series includes essays introducing postcolonial criticism and applying its insights both to Paul's context in the Roman world and to the reevaluation of contemporary interpretation. Contributors include Susan Abraham, Jennifer Bird, Neil Elliott, L. Ann Jervis, Melanie Johnson-DeBaufre, Brigitte Kahl, Jae Won Lee, Tat-Siong Benny Liew, Davina C. Lopez, Joseph A. Marchal, Stephen D. Moore, Laura S. Nasrallah, Jeremy A. Punt, Robert P. Seesengood, and Gordon M. Zerbe.

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