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Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica (SANt)
Die Reihe Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica wendet sich an alle, die im Bereich von Theologie, Bibelwissenschaften, Religionswissenschaften, Patristik, Judaistik und Klassischer Philologie forschen und lehren: Sie betrachtet das „Neue Testament“ als frühchristliches Textcorpus, das sowohl in Hinsicht auf seine entstehungsgeschichtliche Kontextualisierung in der Hellenistisch-Römischen und -Jüdischen Welt als auch im Blick auf seine enorme Wirkungs- und Rezeptionsgeschichte über die patristische Zeit hinaus bis in die Moderne methodisch und thematisch vielfältig zu untersuchen ist. Das neutestamentliche Textcorpus erweist sich hiermit gleichsam als Brennglas für das Verstehen der abendländischen und inzwischen weit über das Abendland hinausreichenden Prozesse von religiöser und kultureller Formation, Reformation und Transformation. Die Reihe wird von den Dozenten, die in der Forschungseinheit „New Testament Studies“ an der Universität Aarhus zusammenarbeiten, herausgegeben. Sie versteht ihre geographische Verankerung als Teil wissenschaftlicher Programmatik: Als südlichste der im Verbund der nordischen Länder situierte academia ist die dänische Wissenschaftskultur in besonderer Weise um ihre Anbindung an Kontinentaleuropa und um den Brückenschlag der europäischen mit der anglo-amerikanischen Wissenschaftstradition bemüht.
978-3-525-54046-6 Eve-Marie Becker
Collected studies on Philo and Josephus
Ed. together with a response by Eve-Marie Becker, Morten Hørning Jensen and Jacob Mortensen
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2016, 300 Seiten, hardcover, 15,5 x 23,2 cm
978-3-525-54046-6
75,00 EUR Warenkorb
Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica (SANt) Volume 7
Philo of Alexandria and Flavius Josephus are amongst the most influential ancient writers. In his long scholarly career, Per Bilde (1939–2014) published various essays, studies and articles examining early Judaism and the historical Jesus from the angle of the work of Philo and Josephus. Many of the articles contain in-depth treatment of primary sources, and thus are of great value for scholars to come. The studies in this volume have yet been compiled by Per Bilde himself. They are now edited posthumously with contributions from Steve Mason (Groningen) and Mogens Müller (Copenhagen) responding to Bilde's work.

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978-3-525-54048-0 Eve-Marie Becker
Paul as homo novus

Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2017, 300 Seiten, hardcover, 15,5 x 23,2 cm
978-3-525-54048-0
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Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica (SANt) Volume 6

20ths century research in St. Paul is widely impacted by Adolf Deissmann’s prominent view on the apostle as a “homo novus” (1911). But where does this concept originate from, and what does it imply? This collection of articles does not only re-evaluate Deissmann’s concept by tracing it back to its historical and socio-political origins in Cicero and exploring how authors from (early) Imperial Time perceive and transform the homo novus paradigm by diverse modes and strategies of literary self-fashioning. Scholars ranging the fields of New Testament Studies, Greek and Latin Philology, Ancient History, Patristics, and Comparative Literature also examine how the Ciceronian paradigm was early on transformed, disseminated, and applied as a literary concept and an authorial topos of self-molding. One of the leading questions throughout the volume thus is: How do authors like Cicero, Horace, Paul, Tacitus, Seneca, Athanasius, and Augustine fashion themselves in accordance to or in difference from the idea of being a “new man”? It is argued that by means of literary self-configuration, indeed, some of these writers – such as Paul and Augustine – want to appear as “new men” by either altering traditional social, moral, religious, or political roles, or by creating new patterns of social behavior and religious self-understanding.

Dr. theol. Eve-Marie Becker is Professor for New Testament exegesis at Aarhus University, Denmark.
Jacob Palle Bliddal Mortensen is member of the administrative staff at the University of Aarhus, Denmark.
978-3-525-53617-9 Maria Louise Odgaard Møller
The True Human Being
The Figure of Jesus in K. E. Løgstrup’s Thought
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2017, 300 Seiten, hardcover, 15,5 x 23,2 cm
978-3-525-53617-9
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Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica (SANt) Volume 4

The aim of Odgaard Møller’s book is threefold: The first main section seeks to clarify how and why Jesus is presented in the pre-1968 writings of the Danish theologian and philosopher K.E. Løgstrup (1905–1981). Throughout his work, Løgstrup’s main focus has been a rehabilitation of the insight that life is something definite, because it is created. Here, Jesus primarily plays a methodological/strategic role as the one confirming and giving witness to Løgstrup’s interpretation of created life in a given time of his authorship. When faith in creation is formulated polemically against another interpretation of life, Jesus serves as Løgstrup’s ally in this discussion. In the second main section, this examination is extrapolated to include a discussion with Bultmann and two of his students in order to clarify the character of his Christology, not least whether – or in what way – this can be characterised as “implicit Christology”. Finally, in the light of Ricoeur’s hermeneutic philosophy of religion, the third main section considers the systematic-theological validity of this picture of Jesus. The overall conclusion can be summed up in this way: The main line in Løgstrup’s work goes from created life to the human being Jesus of Nazareth. Jesus incarnates created life; therefore he is the true human being. This close connection between (created) Life and (true) Human Being is the kernel in Løgstrup’s thought. This makes his perception of Jesus and his Christology distinctive, original and specifically Løgstrupian.
978-3-525-53619-3 Kasper Bro Larsen
The Gospel of John as Genre Mosaic

Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015, 414 Seiten, hardcover, 15,5 x 23,2 cm
978-3-525-53619-3
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Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica (SANt) Volume 3
In recent decades New Testament scholarship has developed an increasing interest in how the Gospel of John interacts with literary conventions of genre and form in the ancient Jewish and Greco-Roman context. The present volume brings together leading scholars in the field in order to discuss the status quaestionis and to identify new exegetical frontiers. In the Fourth Gospel, genres and forms serve as vehicles of ideological and theological meaning. The contributions to this volume aim at demonstrating how awareness of ancient and modern genre theories and practices advances our understanding of the Fourth Gospel, both in terms of the text as a whole (gospel, ancient biography, drama, romance, etc.) and in terms of the various literary tiles that contribute to the Gospel’s genre mosaic.
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978-3-525-53616-2 Eve-Marie Becker
Trauma and Traumatization in Individual and Collective Dimensions
Insights from Biblical Studies and Beyond
Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2014, 314 Seiten, hardcover, 15,5 x 23,2 cm
978-3-525-53616-2
85,00 EUR Warenkorb
Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica (SANt) Volume 2
The contributors of this volume demonstrate how a highly developed expertise in interpreting Biblical and cognate literature is a substantial part of the overall discourse on the historical, literary, social, political, and religious dimensions of trauma in past and present. This idea is based on the assumption that trauma is not only a modern concept which derives from 20th century psychiatry: It is an ancient phenomenon already which predates modern discourses. Trauma studies will thus profit from how Theology - specifically Biblical exegesis - and the Humanities deal with trauma in terms of religion, history, sociology, and politics.
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Dr. theol. Eve-Marie Becker is Professor for New Testament exegesis at Aarhus University.
Dr. theol. Jan Dochhorn is Lector / Associate Professor for New Testament Studies at Aarhus University.
Else Holt is Associate Professor in Old Testament Studies at Aarhus University.
978-3-525-53609-4 Per Bilde
The Originality of Jesus
A Critical Discussion and a Comparative Attempt

Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2013, 303 Seiten, hardcover, 15,5 x 23,2 cm
978-3-525-53609-4
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Studia Aarhusiana Neotestamentica (SANt) Volume 1

For the first time in the history of modern Jesus research Per Bilde aims his scholarly interest at the originality of the historical Jesus. Accordingly he examines the historical Jesus and 14 contemporary Jewish Palestinian figures who, in one or more respects, can be argued to be comparable to Jesus. He comes to the conclusion that Jesus can be regarded as similar to a number of these figures, however, some more than others, and that he appears to be unique in some other respects.
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Per Bilde (1939–2014) was Professor of Biblical Studies at Aarhus University, Denmark.

 

     
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