In this socio-rhetorical analytical commentary, Dr. Ben Witherington takes fresh look at the pastoral epistles and Johannine correspondence and provides an analysis of the documents in their socio-religious context discussing their provenance, character, and importance. Dr. Witherington focuses on the unique insights that arise through the social-rhetorical analysis. Throughout, he makes the case for Luke as Paul's amanuensis for these letters, as well as a strenuous argument against New Testament pseudepigrapha. Features:
Extended annotated bibliography
Closer Look sections address the issue of contemporary theological and practical concern
Bridging the Horizons sections point to the relevancy of the text for today's readers.
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