By L. L. Welborn
An finish to Enmity casts gentle upon the shadowy determine of the offender of moment Corinthians by way of exploring the social and rhetorical conventions that ruled friendship, enmity and reconciliation within the Greco-Roman international. The ebook places ahead a singular speculation concerning the identification of the culprit and the character of his offence opposed to Paul. Drawing upon the prosopographic information of Paul s Corinthian epistles and the epigraphic and archaeological checklist of Roman Corinth, the writer shapes a strong photograph of the type of person who did Paul mistaken and prompted discomfort to either Paul and the Corinthians. The concluding bankruptcy reconstructs the heritage of Paul s dating with an influential convert to Christianity at Corinth.
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88 This is probably also the sense of the term in 1 Cor. 89 Thrall’s hypothesis was strongly influenced by a passage 84 Thrall, “The Offender and the Offence,” 71 – 76. Thrall asserts that she is building upon the suggestions of Krenkel and Windisch. 85 Thrall, “The Offender and the Offence,” 75. 349; followed by Windisch, Der zweite Korintherbrief, 238. 87 Aristotle Rhet. m t¹ bk²pteim 2jºmta paq± t¹m mºlom. 88 Krenkel, Beiträge, 305 – 307, who speaks of a “Schädigung an Hab und Gut”; Windisch, Der zweite Korintherbrief, 238.
9 Thus we may regard it as estab- 4 5 6 7 8 9 of Literary Unity,” NTS 42 (1996) 559 – 83; Mitchell, “Paul’s Letters to Corinth,” 318 – 35; Roetzel, 2 Corinthians, 26 – 32. Krenkel, Beiträge, 283; Windisch, Der zweite Korintherbrief, 237. 40; Thrall, “The Offender and the Offence,” 72.
5 went unheeded in Corinth and only served to expose Paul to criticism by opponents who disparaged his authority. Later, Titus arrived in Corinth and carried out a less drastic punishment. Realizing that his measures had been too hasty and daring, Paul wrote in 2 Cor. 15 In sharp debate with Baur, Heinrich Ewald argued that Paul could not have granted personal forgiveness such as he expresses in 2 Cor. 2:10 to one who was guilty of the sin of 12 Bleek, “Erçrterungen,” 630. Bleek was followed by Heinrich Ewald, Die Sendschreiben des Apostels Paulus (Gçttingen: Dieterich, 1857) 226 – 27; August Neander, Auslegung der beiden Briefe an die Korinther (Berlin: Reimer, 1859); Adolf Hilgenfeld, Historisch-kritische Einleitung in das Neue Testament (Leipzig: Fues, 1875) 286, among others.
An End to Enmity: Paul and the "Wrongdoer" of Second Corinthians (Beihefte Zur Zeitschrift Fur Die Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft Und Die Kunde Der Alteren Kirche) by L. L. Welborn