qThe Rhetorical Role of Scripture in 1 Corinthians, q an exegetical analysis of all the explicit quotations and references to the Old Testament in Paul's First Letter to the Corinthians, examines the various authoritative roles that not only scriptural quotations but also other explicit references and allusions to scripture play in Paul's rhetorical strategy in the letter. Through this careful examination Heil shows how each scriptural quote or reference speaks with the divine authority of the scriptures in general and affects the audience with its authority and rhetorical power. The end result is an enlightening portrait of the powerful impact that the Jewish scriptures exerted on Paul's implied audience at Corinth. qPaperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org)qAnd that aman was not created on account of the woman but woman on account of the mana in 1 Cor 11:9 recalls for the ... creation account in Genesis, where God tells the woman, aYou will give birth to childrena (Gen 3:16; cf 1 Esd 4:15a17) .
|Title||:||The Rhetorical Role of Scripture in 1 Corinthians|
|Author||:||John Paul Heil|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2005-01|