Der Philipperbrief des Paulus in der hellenistisch-romischen Welt


Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament No.53

Der Philipperbrief des Paulus in der hellenistisch-römischen Welt

Edited by: Jorg Frey & Benjamin Schliesser
December 2015
Mohr Siebeck
Distributed by Coronet Books
ISBN: 9783161534119
429 Pages
$235.00 Hardcover


The contributions to this volume go back to a majority symposium, which took place in Zurich in autumn-2013. They focus on the example of the Philippians the interdependence of thought and speech world of Paul with the diverse intellectual traditions and social conventions of his Hellenistic-Roman context. The individual essays reflect the richness of this remuneration and take among other philosophical and ethical, social history and legal history and rhetorical and communication strategic aspects into account. Contents Jörg Frey: The Philippians under the Paul Research -Benjamin contact: Paul and "his" Philippians: Business Partner , friend, club founder? Socio-historical perspectives on the Philippians - Markus Öhler: founder and its foundation. 

Ancient associations and the Pauline church in Philippi - Eva Ebel: "Our πολίτευμα but is in heaven" (Philippians 3:20). An attractive offer for many residents of the Roman colony Philippi - Heike Omerzu: Paul and the Roman legal system in the mirror to the Philippians - Thomas Schmeller: Two fools speak? 2 Cor 11,21b-33 and Phil from 3.2 to 11 in comparison - Manuel Baumbach: mood and συμμιμηταί in Philippians - Petra From Gemünden: The "emotion" joy in the Philippians and his environment -Anke Inselmann: To affect of joy to the Philippians , Considering pragmatic and psychological approaches - Troels Engberg-Pedersen: On Comparison: The Stoic Theory of Value in Paul's Theology and Ethics in Philippians - Peter Wick: "Framed Jesus Christ with me by!" (Phil 3:17). Imitatio Pauli and imitatio Christi in Philippians - Tobias Nicklas: The Philippians in the hands of "heretics".Ascensio Isaiae and gospel Veritatis - Christoph Markschies: Origen and Paul. The example of anthropology - Samuel Vollenweider: service and seduction. Considerations to comment on the letter "to the Philippians"