Reader, Authors, and the Divine Author: An Evangelical Proposal for Identifying Paul's OT Citations
Westminster Theological Journal
The article discusses several approaches for the identification of Old Testament (OT) citations made by Paul. The author-centered approach of Stanley Porter allows the investigation of verbal and thematic parallelism between the Old and the New Testament, while the reader-centered approach of Christopher Stanley, Dietrich-Alex Koch and Richard Hay, considers the impact on the reader. It highlights the method of the Divine Author-centered approach which considers the context of the citation based on the book, the Bible and the canon.
Biblical studies, Bible, Old Testament, New Testament, Paul
Bruno, Christopher R., "Reader, Authors, and the Divine Author: An Evangelical Proposal for Identifying Paul's OT Citations" (2009). Biblical and Theological Studies Faculty Publications. 305.
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