6 edition of Early Christian rhetoric found in the catalog.
Early Christian rhetoric
Amos Niven Wilder
|Statement||[by] Amos N. Wilder.|
|LC Classifications||BS2370 .W5 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 135 p.|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||78134949|
Religious language and the problem of religious knowledge. Communication Quarterly, 35 2 The prophetic tradition and radical rhetoric in America. New York: Doubleday.
White, C. Listening to the text; Oral patterning in Paul's letters. Riley, F. The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 46,
Puritan rhetoric. For example, Augustine quotes Cicero Orat. Philosophy and Rhetoric, 2 3 Nelson, T. DyerStanley E.
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Indeed, Christian zealotry, was, he thought, ultimately responsible for the fall of the Roman empire, by creating citizens contemptuous of their public duty. Lynch, C. He then expands Early Christian rhetoric book the Platonic notion that there are things and signs.
This is, fundamentally, a study of religious violence. In the final chapter of On Christian Doctrine, Augustine uses much of Cicero's rhetorical theory as he lays down the foundation for the proper use of rhetoric by Christian teachers.
The Journal of Communication and Religion,15, Augustine outlines three possible objections, including those who do not understand his precepts, those who fail to make effective use of his teachings, and those who believe they are already prepared to interpret the Scriptures.
Early Christian rhetoric book Quimby, R. White, C. But he only refers his readers to the Journal of Biblical Literature for a list of these abbreviations without providing his own list at the beginning.
The "Broad Questions" section asks what can be learned about reading Paul's letters to congregations in light of ancient epistolography, how theology and rhetoric are related because the two are often treated as if they are alien to one anotherand how ancient rhetoric and ancient psychology are associated with one another.
While Guinness does not dismiss rational propositional arguments and indeed sees them as vital at the right timehe insists that other approaches are also needed, particularly in contemporary Western culture where many respond more immediately to image and narrative.
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Classical rhetoric and its Christian and secular tradition from ancient to modern times. Retrieved Western Journal of Speech Communication, 49 4 The rhetoric of the moral majority: An analysis of romantic form.
Translated by R. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page.Ancient Rhetoric and Paul's Apology The Compositional Unity of 2 Corinthians. Get access.
Early Christian rhetoric book () Early Christian Rhetoric and 2 Thessalonians, JSNTSup 30, Sheffield: JSOT Press Early Christian rhetoric book, Philip E. () “Acts against the Background of Classical Rhetoric,” in The Book of Acts in its Ancient Literary Setting, ed.
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Orosius and the Rhetoric of History Peter Van Nuffelen Oxford Early Christian Studies. The first monograph on Orosius for several decades; Introduces a literary perspective in the study of Christian historiography, providing a richer reading that can improve understanding of the theology of the work.The Tapestry of Early Christian Discourse book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This study establishes a concept of culture and /5(14).The Tapestry of Early Christian Discourse may be ordered at tjarrodbonta.com, AddALL.
Chapter 1: "The Challenge of Socio-Rhetorical Criticism" Chapter 2: "Redrawing the Boundaries with Socio-Rhetorical Criticism" New Testament scholars, and interpreters of the Bible in general, ought to be glad of this book.Ebook and the Rhetoric of History Peter Van Nuffelen Oxford Early Christian Studies.
The first monograph on Orosius for several decades; Introduces a literary perspective in the study of Christian historiography, providing a richer reading that can improve understanding of the theology of the work.