Paul's Viewpoint on God, Israel, and the Gentiles in Romans 9-11: An Intertextual Thematic Analysis
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Paul's Viewpoint on God, Israel, and the Gentiles in Romans 9-11: An Intertextual Thematic Analysis

Langham Monographs / 2015 / Paperback

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Title: Paul's Viewpoint on God, Israel, and the Gentiles in Romans 9-11: An Intertextual Thematic Analysis
By: Xiaxia E. Xue
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Langham Monographs
Publication Date: 2015
Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 X 0.67 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds
ISBN: 1783680474
ISBN-13: 9781783680474
Stock No: WW680474

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Over the years Romans 9-11 has been investigated from a variety of approaches, with one of the most prominent being an intertextual reading. However, most discussions of intertextual studies on this section of Romans fail to adequately address Paul's discourse patterns and that of his Jewish contemporaries with regard to God, Israel, and the Gentiles. Adapting Lemke's linguistic intertextual thematic theory, this study uses a methodological control to analyze the discourse patterns in Romans 9-11. Through this analysis the author demonstrates the divergence of Paul's viewpoints on several typical Jewish issues, which suggests that his discontinuities from his Jewish contemporaries are obvious and sometimes radical. It is apparent that Romans 9-11 not only provides a self-presentation of Paul as a Mosaic prophet figure, but overall it appears as a prophetic discourse, reinforcing the notion that Paul's message comes from divine authority.

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