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About this product
- Author(s)Finn Damgaard
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication06/10/2015
- GenreChristianity: Bibles & Liturgy
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note1 black & white tables
- Weight362 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Table Of ContentsIntroduction The power of differences Survey of scholarship Intertextuality, intertextual intensity and irony Outline of chapters Chapter 1: Rewriting a Paradigmatic Apostolic Portrayal: The Figure of Peter in the Gospel of Mark 1.1 Introduction: In the shadow of Paul 1.2 Previous research on the figure of Peter in the Gospel of Mark 1.3 Reading the Gospel of Mark on the basis of Papias' note 1.4 The figure of Peter in the Gospel of Mark 1.5 The Gospel of Mark and the figure of Peter in the letters of Paul 1.5.1 The figure of Peter in the letters of Paul 1.5.2 Encountering Peter: Galatians 1:18-2:21 1.5.3 Parity and superiority: 1 Corinthians 9:1-27 and 15:1-11 1.5.4 Peter, Paul and Mark 1.6 Paul's self-portrayal as a persecutor of the church and later developments of this portrait 1.7 A parallel between Mark's portrayal of Peter and Paul's biography of reversal? 1.8 Conclusion: In the footsteps of Paul Chapter 2: Alienating Peter: The Figure of Peter in the Gospel of Matthew 2.1 Introduction: Superseding the Gospel of Mark 2.2 Previous research on the figure of Peter in the Gospel of Matthew 2.3 Matthew's rewriting of Mark's portrayal of Peter 2.3.1 Matthew's loss of memory 2.3.2 Peter and the marks of fallibility 2.3.3 Flesh, blood and irony 2.3.4 The stumbling stone 2.4 Conclusion: Peter the battlefield Chapter 3: Rehabilitating Peter: The Figure of Peter in the Gospel of Luke 3.1 Introduction: The author of Luke-Acts, his predecessors and the question of order 3.2 Previous research on the figure of Peter in Luke 3.3 Rewriting Matthew's and Mark's portrayal of Peter 3.4 Rehabilitating Peter: Rewriting Matthew's portrayal of Peter 3.4.1 Introduction: The figure of Peter in Matthew's substantive additions to Mark 3.4.2 Luke 5:1-11 as a counter narrative to Matt 14:22-33? 3.4.3 On Peter's brother, Andrew 3.4.4 A perfect confession 3.4.5 He went out and wept bitterly (Matt 26:75 and Luke 22:62) 3.5 Remembering and repentance: Rewriting Mark's portrayal of Peter 3.5.1 Introduction: The potential of Mark 3.5.2 The function of Luke's denial scene 3.6 Conclusion: Outbidding Matthew and Mark Chapter 4: Reinventing a Paradigmatic Disciple: The Figure of Peter in the Gospel of John 4.1 Introduction: John 1-21 and the synoptic gospels 4.2 Previous research on the figure of Peter in John 4.3 Rewriting the synoptic portrayals of Peter 4.4 Reinventing a paradigmatic disciple: Mark's portrayal of Peter rewritten 4.4.1 Peter and the Beloved Disciple 4.4.2 Scattering and following 4.4.3 Shepherding the sheep: Peter and John 21 4.5 He was speaking of Judas (John 6:71): Matthew's portrayal of Peter rewritten 4.5.1. Introduction: Matthew and John 4.5.2 Peter, Judas and the devil 4.6 Fisherman or shepherd?: Luke's portrayal of Peter rewritten 4.6.1 The run to the empty tomb and John's dependence on Luke 4.6.2 The fishing trip 4.7 Conclusion: Replacing the synoptic gospels Conclusion Summary Rewritten Bible and the canonical gospels Dialogicity vs referentiality Appendix: References to the Figure of Peter in the Letters of Paul and the Canonical Gospels and Parallel Texts
- Author BiographyFinn Damgaard was a postdoctoral researcher in the Biblical Studies Department of the Faculty of Theology at the University of Copenhagen. He is now a minister in the Danish Church. He is also the author of Recasting Moses (2013).
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