Tenants in the Vineyard: Ideology, Economics, & Agrarian Conflict in Jewish Palestine

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Description du livre Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K, 2006. Buch. Etat : Neu. Neuware - John S. Kloppenborg examines the ways in which Christians have typically read and mis-read the parable of the Tenants (Mark 12:1-12; Gospel of Thomas 65), and places the parable firmly in the context of the practices of ancient viticulture. First, the author critically engages the history of interpretation of the text, inquiring into the ideological interests that the parable has engaged during the history of its use. Second, he reconstructs the social world in which the parable was first told. He demonstrates that the parable of the Tenants has mostly been interpreted from the standpoint of those who wield social power. All of the features common to Mark and Thomas are capable of a perfectly realistic reading. It is only Mark's editing of the story that takes it beyond the realistic idiom characteristic of Jesus' other parables. 651 pp. Englisch. N° de réf. du vendeur 9783161489082

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Description du livre Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K, 2006. Buch. Etat : Neu. Neuware - John S. Kloppenborg examines the ways in which Christians have typically read and mis-read the parable of the Tenants (Mark 12:1-12; Gospel of Thomas 65), and places the parable firmly in the context of the practices of ancient viticulture. First, the author critically engages the history of interpretation of the text, inquiring into the ideological interests that the parable has engaged during the history of its use. Second, he reconstructs the social world in which the parable was first told. He demonstrates that the parable of the Tenants has mostly been interpreted from the standpoint of those who wield social power. All of the features common to Mark and Thomas are capable of a perfectly realistic reading. It is only Mark's editing of the story that takes it beyond the realistic idiom characteristic of Jesus' other parables. 651 pp. Englisch. N° de réf. du vendeur 9783161489082

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Description du livre Mohr Siebeck Gmbh & Co. K Jun 2006, 2006. Buch. Etat : Neu. Neuware - John S. Kloppenborg gives a detailed analysis of one of the most difficult of Jesus' parables, the parable of the Tenants (Mark 12:1-12; Gospel of Thomas 65). He examines the ways in which Christians have typically read and mis-read the parable, and places the parable firmly in the context of the practices of ancient viticulture. The author models a new approach to the interpretation of the parables of Jesus. First, he critically engages the history of interpretation of the text, inquiring into the ideological interests that the parable has engaged during the history of its use in Christian churches and in political discourse. Second, he reconstructs the social world in which the parable was first told, in particular the economic, social, and legal aspects of ancient viticulture. He demonstrates that the parable of the Tenants has mostly been interpreted from the standpoint of those who wield social and political power, a strange irony considering the social status of the Jesus of history and the literary uses of the parable. All of the features common to the parable as it is told by Mark and the Gospel of Thomas make it a perfectly realistic story. It is only Mark's editing of the story that takes it beyond the realistic idiom characteristic of Jesus' other parables. The book concludes with a dossier of 58 papyrus documents relating to various aspects of viticulture and agrarian conflict. It was awarded the 2007 Francis W. Beare Book Award by the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies. 651 pp. Englisch. N° de réf. du vendeur 9783161489082

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Description du livre JCB Mohr (Paul Siebeck), Germany, 2006. Hardback. Etat : New. 1. Auflage. Language: English. Brand new Book. John S. Kloppenborg gives a detailed analysis of one of the most difficult of Jesus' parables, the parable of the Tenants (Mark 12:1-12; Gospel of Thomas 65). He examines the ways in which Christians have typically read and mis-read the parable, and places the parable firmly in the context of the practices of ancient viticulture. The author models a new approach to the interpretation of the parables of Jesus. First, he critically engages the history of interpretation of the text, inquiring into the ideological interests that the parable has engaged during the history of its use in Christian churches and in political discourse. Second, he reconstructs the social world in which the parable was first told, in particular the economic, social, and legal aspects of ancient viticulture. He demonstrates that the parable of the Tenants has mostly been interpreted from the standpoint of those who wield social and political power, a strange irony considering the social status of the Jesus of history and the literary uses of the parable. All of the features common to the parable as it is told by Mark and the Gospel of Thomas make it a perfectly realistic story. It is only Mark's editing of the story that takes it beyond the realistic idiom characteristic of Jesus' other parables. The book concludes with a dossier of 58 papyrus documents relating to various aspects of viticulture and agrarian conflict. It was awarded the 2007 Francis W. Beare Book Award by the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies. N° de réf. du vendeur LIB9783161489082

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