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    • About Galatians, apocalyptic and the switching of paradigms 

      Loubser, Gys M. H. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 2014)
      English: The article indicates that although apocalyptic is probably not the hermeneutical key par excellence to Pauline theology, it does lie at the heart of Pauline theology and should be thoroughly accounted for in ...
    • Abraham in Galatians and in Genesis 

      Snyman, S. D. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 2013)
      The aim of this paper is to focus on the portrayal of Abraham in the letter to the Galatians and the book of Genesis respectively and to put it in perspective. What are the similarities and differences in the portrayal of ...
    • Identity claims, texts, Rome and Galatians 

      Punt, Jeremy (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 2014)
      English: This contribution explores the interplay between Paul’s use of the Scriptures of Israel and the imperial setting in claims about Abraham and the negotiation of identity in the Galatians letter. The letter, from ...
    • Identity-formation and alterity in John Chrysostom's In Epistulam ad Galatas commentarius 

      De Wet, Chris L. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 2014)
      English: The purpose of this study is to give account of the dynamics between Christian identity-formation and the problem of alterity in John Chrysostom’s In epistulam ad Galatas commentarius, one of the earliest extant ...
    • The interpretation of the New Testament as the study of texts and contexts: hermeneutics, identities, communities 

      Punt, J. (Faculty of Theology, University of the Free State, 2013)
      The focus here is on texts, Pauline and texts invoked by Paul, and ever-present imperial "super"-texts. The latter also establishes the context, as the social setting of Paul's letters with their rhetorical use of Othering ...