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The Polemic of the Pastorals: A Sociological Examination of the Development of Pauline Christianity (The Library of New Testament Studies) ePub download

by Lloyd Keith Pietersen

  • Author: Lloyd Keith Pietersen
  • ISBN: 0567081834
  • ISBN13: 978-0567081834
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Bible Study & Reference
  • Publisher: T&T Clark; 1 edition (May 27, 2004)
  • Pages: 192
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The Polemic of the Pastorals: A Sociological Examination of the Development of Pauline Christianity (The Library of New Testament Studies) ePub download

Chapter 2 introduces the sociological models that Pietersen employs in his attempt to discern the identity of the authors opponents.

Series: The Library of New Testament Studies Categories: Special Studies in the Pastoral Epistles. Much historical-critical work on the opponents in the Pastoral Epistles has resulted in sweeping generalizations concerning their Jewish and/or Gnostic nature. Chapter 2 introduces the sociological models that Pietersen employs in his attempt to discern the identity of the authors opponents.

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Here Pietersen approaches the problem of the opponents from a socio-scientific perspective. Utilizing labeling theory and social control theory from the sociology of deviance, he argues that the Pastorals function as a literary version of a status degradation ceremony whereby previously influential insiders within the community are transformed into outsiders.

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Much historical-critical work on the opponents in the Pastoral Epistles has resulted in sweeping generalizations concerning their Jewish and/or Gnostic nature. Literary analyses have been somewhat more promising in focusing on the stereotypical nature of the polemic, but either fail to do justice to the urgency of the language in the Pastorals or do not provide a convincing description of the opponents.

Here Pietersen approaches the problem of the opponents from a socio-scientific perspective. Utilizing labeling theory and social control theory from the sociology of deviance, he argues that the Pastorals function as a literary version of a status degradation ceremony whereby previously influential insiders within the community are transformed into outsiders.

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