9 edition of The voice of Jesus in the social rhetoric of James found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 202-233) and indexes.
|Statement||Wesley Hiram Wachob.|
|Series||Society for New Testament Studies monograph series ;, 106., Monograph series (Society for New Testament Studies) ;, 106.|
|LC Classifications||BS2785.2 .W33 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||99019542|
Key Points Lessons and Teachings from James By Brother Michel Lankford A Personal Note: Hello and God bless you. What follows is a devotional Bible study of the book of James. Late last year, the Lord was impressing upon me that I should start reading certain books of Scripture, and keeping a "running. We’ve been talking about the book of James and how it compares to the Sermon on the Mount. Let’s continue below James & Jesus. The Book (letter) of James is greatly influenced by the teachings of Jesus. There are a couple of theories about the ways the teachings of Jesus influenced the writing.
This can be seen, for example, in James’s allusions to Jesus’ teachings regarding the special place of the poor in God’s kingdom (James ; Luke ), along with Jesus’ warnings about rotting treasures “on the earth” (James 5: 1–5; Matt. ). James commissioned the whole Bible be translated into English in from where we get the original King James version. In deference to the British King, all references to the name Jacob in the New Testament were changed to James. Before that time, the Book of James was known as the Book of Jacob, or in Hebrew, the Book of Size: 21KB.
Rhetoric (/ ˈ r ɛ t ə r ɪ k /) is the art of persuasion, which along with grammar and logic (or dialectic – see Martianus Capella), is one of the three ancient arts of ic aims to study the capacities of writers or speakers needed to inform, persuade, or motivate particular audiences in specific situations. Aristotle defines rhetoric as "the faculty of observing in any. e se James wwwaem2 The Dispersion Of The Jews “James, a bondservant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, To the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad: Greetings ” (James ) By the first century a.d., Jews had settled in almost every country of the civilized world. “Strabo, speaking of the time of Sulla, says (about 85 b.c.), that the Jewish people had already.
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Approaches James as a rhetorical discourse (a text seeking to modify the social thought and behavior of its addressees) that uses Greco-Roman rhetorical strategies. He analyses James in particular, specifically focusing on the strategic function of the allusion to /5.
The voice of Jesus in the social rhetoric of James / Wesley Hiram Wachob. – (Society for New Testament Studies monograph series; ) Includes bibliographical references and indexes. ISBN 0 6 (hardback) 1. Bible. N.T. James II, 1–13 – Socio-rhetorical criticism.
Title. Series: Monograph series (Society for New. This programmatic socio-rhetorical investigation approaches the Epistle of James as an instance of written deliberative rhetoric, and it seeks to ascertain the social texture of Jamesa rhetorical performance of language that in other contexts is explicitly attributed to : Get this from a library.
The voice of Jesus in the social rhetoric of James. [Wesley Hiram Wachob] -- "This programmatic socio-rhetorical investigation approaches the Epistle of James as an instance of written deliberative rhetoric, and it seeks to ascertain the social texture of Jamesa.
The Epistle of James is a rhetorical composition, a deliberative discourse in the guise of a letter. One of its most interesting features is its manipulation of Jesus' sayings to make an audience think and act in ways that have social consequence.
This is a study of James' social by: The voice of Jesus in the social rhetoric of James / Wesley Hiram Wachob.
± (Society for New Testament Studies monograph series; ) Includes bibliographical references and indexes. This study of James' social rhetoric focuses on Jameswhich resonates with a well-known saying of Jesus.
James is a well-defined rhetorical elaboration demonstrating this phenomenon, and James an artful recitation of the principal beatitude in the pre-Matthean Sermon on the Mount. Similar Items. James: wisdom of James, disciple of Jesus the sage / by: Bauckham, Richard.
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One of its most interesting features is its manipulation of Jesus' sayings to make an audience think and act in ways that have social consequence. This is a study of James' social : Wesley Hiram Wachob.
Voice of Jesus in the social rhetoric of James. Cambridge, U.K. ; New York: Cambridge University Press, (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Wesley Hiram Wachob.
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The Voice of Jesus in the Social Rhetoric of James. By Wesley H. Wachob. Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xiv + pp. $ (cloth). In the Bible we hear the voice of Jesus talking about Jesus.
Second, by Experience. When we are born again, we have new ears. They are tuned to the frequency of the voice of Jesus. “The sheep follow him, for they know his voice. A stranger they will. The Voice of Jesus in the Social Rhetoric of James (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series): ISBN () Cambridge University Press, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site.
The voice of Jesus in the social rhetoric of James / by: Wachob, Wesley Hiram. Published: () The epistle general of James by: Lange, Johann Peter, Published: () The epistle of St. James with an introduction and notes / by: Knowling, R. Published: ().
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“James, Letter of.”. The epistle of James does not show an actual Abraham ritual or game in progress. Rather, James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Messiah (), functions much like a head commissioner who calls together representatives of the twelve tribes in the dispersion (), greets them, and explains to them the conceptuality of the game.
The book of James is a General Epistle (Apostolic Letter). James the half-brother of Jesus wrote it approximately A.D. It was likely the first New Testament book (letter) to be written. The key personalities of this book are James and Persecuted Christians.
James wrote this book to Jewish believers to encourage them to endure and live. Letters and Homilies for Jewish Christians ebook In this commentary on Hebrews, James and Jude, Ben Witherington III applies his socio-rhetorical method to elucidate these letters within their primarily Jewish context, probing the social setting of the readers and the rhetorical strategies of the authors of the letters.Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels (2nd ed): A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship: IVPBDS: eds.
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