2 Corinthians / Calvin J. Roetzel.

By: Roetzel, Calvin J
Language: English Series: Abingdon New Testament commentariesPublisher: Nashville : Abingdon Press, c2007Description: 189 p. 23 cmISBN: 9780687056774Other title: Second CorinthiansSubject(s): Bible. Corinthians, 2nd -- CommentariesDDC classification: 227/.307 LOC classification: BS2675.53 | .R64 2007Other classification: Ccbbb Online resources: Table of contents only
Contents:
The context of 2 Corinthians -- Corinth : the city -- Paul's mission to Corinth -- The literary integrity of 2 Corinthians : a survey of hypotheses -- The argument for literary unity -- The two-letter hypothesis -- The three-letter hypothesis -- The five-letter hypothesis -- Occasion : what went wrong at Corinth? -- Source(s) of the conflict -- A theological postscript -- Commentary -- A letter of appeal for the offering (8:1-24) -- An appeal for generosity (8:1-15) -- Macedonian generosity example of generosity (8:1-7) -- Paul's appeal (8:8-9) -- Advice to complete the offering (8:10-12) -- Gifting between equals (8:13-15) -- Recommendation of the envoys (8:16-24) -- First letter in defense of Paul's ministry (2:147:4) -- Multiform defense of ministry (2:146:10) -- Introductory section (2:143:6) -- God's triumphal procession (2:14-17) -- Paul's defense of the sufficiency of his ministry (3:1-6) -- His new covenant ministry (3:74:6) -- Glory compared with glory, a reflection (3:711) -- Veiling and unveiling (3:12-18) -- Conclusion of apologetic unit (4:1-6) -- God's treasure in mortal bodies in Paul's ministry (4:7-15) -- Paul's ministry validated in affliction (4:165:10) -- Paul's ministry of reconciliation (5:116:10) -- Concluding appeal (6:11-13; [6:147:1]; 7:2-4) -- An appeal for an open-armed welcome (6:11-13) -- A non-pauline insertion (6:147:1) -- Final appeal and defense (7:2-4) -- Second letter of defense : the "letter of tears" (10:113:10) -- Paul's defense and criticism of his antagonists (10:113:10) -- Appeal through assurance of tenderness and threats (10:1-11) -- Good and bad boasting (10:12-18) -- Paul plays the fool (11:112:13) -- Plea for tolerance and rebuke of rival apostles (11:1-15) -- A boasting contest (11:1612:13) -- Introduction to the speech (11:16-21a) -- The fool's speech and paradoxical boast of weakness (11:21b12:10) -- Postscript to the fool's speech (12:11-13) -- Letter closing, final appeal and warnings (12:1413:10) -- Apostolic parousia and final defense (12:14-18) -- Hopes and fears of the parousia (12:19-21) -- Final warnings and admonitions (13:1-10) -- Reconciling letter (1:12:13; 7:5-16; 13:11-13) -- The salutation (1:1-2) -- The blessing/thanksgiving (1:3-11) -- The body of the letter (1:122:13; 7:5-16) -- Introduction to the body of the letter (1:12-14) -- Recollecting and reconstructing a painful past (1:152:4) -- Reflections on their discipline of the offender (2:5-11) -- Paul's anguished wait on the outcome of Titus's reconciling -- Mission (2:12-13) -- Paul and Titus rendezvous (7:5-16) -- Titus brings good news (7:5-7) -- Good grief wrought by the "letter of tears" (7:8-13a) -- Titus's consolation and Paul's confidence in the Corinthians (7:13b-16) -- Paul's concluding injunctions and grace (13:11-13) -- Offering letter to churches in Achaia (9:1-15) -- The offering campaign's final phase (9:1-5) -- God as the source of generous sowing and reaping (9:6-10) -- Results to come from receiving and scene shift (9:11-15).
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 159-163) and indexes.

The context of 2 Corinthians -- Corinth : the city -- Paul's mission to Corinth -- The literary integrity of 2 Corinthians : a survey of hypotheses -- The argument for literary unity -- The two-letter hypothesis -- The three-letter hypothesis -- The five-letter hypothesis -- Occasion : what went wrong at Corinth? -- Source(s) of the conflict -- A theological postscript -- Commentary -- A letter of appeal for the offering (8:1-24) -- An appeal for generosity (8:1-15) -- Macedonian generosity example of generosity (8:1-7) -- Paul's appeal (8:8-9) -- Advice to complete the offering (8:10-12) -- Gifting between equals (8:13-15) -- Recommendation of the envoys (8:16-24) -- First letter in defense of Paul's ministry (2:147:4) -- Multiform defense of ministry (2:146:10) -- Introductory section (2:143:6) -- God's triumphal procession (2:14-17) -- Paul's defense of the sufficiency of his ministry (3:1-6) -- His new covenant ministry (3:74:6) -- Glory compared with glory, a reflection (3:711) -- Veiling and unveiling (3:12-18) -- Conclusion of apologetic unit (4:1-6) -- God's treasure in mortal bodies in Paul's ministry (4:7-15) -- Paul's ministry validated in affliction (4:165:10) -- Paul's ministry of reconciliation (5:116:10) -- Concluding appeal (6:11-13; [6:147:1]; 7:2-4) -- An appeal for an open-armed welcome (6:11-13) -- A non-pauline insertion (6:147:1) -- Final appeal and defense (7:2-4) -- Second letter of defense : the "letter of tears" (10:113:10) -- Paul's defense and criticism of his antagonists (10:113:10) -- Appeal through assurance of tenderness and threats (10:1-11) -- Good and bad boasting (10:12-18) -- Paul plays the fool (11:112:13) -- Plea for tolerance and rebuke of rival apostles (11:1-15) -- A boasting contest (11:1612:13) -- Introduction to the speech (11:16-21a) -- The fool's speech and paradoxical boast of weakness (11:21b12:10) -- Postscript to the fool's speech (12:11-13) -- Letter closing, final appeal and warnings (12:1413:10) -- Apostolic parousia and final defense (12:14-18) -- Hopes and fears of the parousia (12:19-21) -- Final warnings and admonitions (13:1-10) -- Reconciling letter (1:12:13; 7:5-16; 13:11-13) -- The salutation (1:1-2) -- The blessing/thanksgiving (1:3-11) -- The body of the letter (1:122:13; 7:5-16) -- Introduction to the body of the letter (1:12-14) -- Recollecting and reconstructing a painful past (1:152:4) -- Reflections on their discipline of the offender (2:5-11) -- Paul's anguished wait on the outcome of Titus's reconciling -- Mission (2:12-13) -- Paul and Titus rendezvous (7:5-16) -- Titus brings good news (7:5-7) -- Good grief wrought by the "letter of tears" (7:8-13a) -- Titus's consolation and Paul's confidence in the Corinthians (7:13b-16) -- Paul's concluding injunctions and grace (13:11-13) -- Offering letter to churches in Achaia (9:1-15) -- The offering campaign's final phase (9:1-5) -- God as the source of generous sowing and reaping (9:6-10) -- Results to come from receiving and scene shift (9:11-15).