Psychology Press, 1994 - 171 pagina's
The second letter to the Thessalonians, ascribed to Paul, is a difficult text for modern readers. Maarten Menken aims to make the letter accessible by treating it from a predominantly historical point of view, as part of a process of communication between its sender and the original addresses. A new translation of the short Greek text is provided. The book then examines three important aspects of its historical context: letter genre, authorship, and religious milieu. The nature of ancient letter-writing is discussed. Professor Menken offers an extensive introduction to apocalyptic eschatology and considers the implications of this element of the letter for our understanding of its original message. 2 Thessalonians is an apostolic, advisory letter, not written by Paul himself but by a later author who placed himself in the Pauline tradition, and who was at home in the realm of thought and the imagery of apocalyptic eschatology. Part 2 of Professor Menken's book offers an extensive commentary on the letter and examines its literary structure in detail. 2 Thessalonians: Facing the end with sobriety will appeal to theologians, ministers of religion, students of theology and all those interested in biblical studies.
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2 Thessalonians as a letter
The author of 2 Thessalonians
The milieu of 2 Thessalonians
A commentary on 2 Thessalonians
The structure of 2 Thessalonians
2 Thessalonians 1 Prescript and proem the eschatological retribution
2 Thessalonians 2 The body of the letter the day of the Lord has not yet come
2 Thessalonians 3 Exhortation and letterclosing the disorderly brothers and sisters
2 Thessalonians and Paul
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Pagina 5 - Wherefore also we pray always for you, that our God would count you worthy of this calling, and fulfil all the good pleasure of his goodness and the work of faith with power ; that the name of our Lord Jesus Christ may be glorified in you, and ye in him, according to the grace of our God and the Lord Jesus Christ.
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