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Title: Salvation-Historical Fallacy? Reassessing the History of New Testament Theology
Author: Yarbrough, Robert W
Publisher: Deo Publishing; Publication Date: 2004
Paperback; ISBN: 9789058540249
Volumes: 1; Pages: 416
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NT scholarship since the Enlightenment is not quite like the histories tend to present it. It has not been the unfolding triumph of objective "critical" or "historical" thinkers over less progressive and dogmatically biased "theological" interests. Rather, in the same respective eras that "critical" thinkers like F C Baur, William Wrede, and Rudolf Bultmann mapped out approaches to NT theology, responsible scholars from J C K von Hofmann to O Cullmann have responded with viable programs of their own. This volume brings the ascendant Baur-Wrede-Bultmann line of analysis into dialogue with the "salvation-historical" perspective, uncovering a line of inquiry that was significant in the past and may prove promising in the future. A timely reassessment of 19th and 20th century NT scholarship.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: T ubingen versus Erlangen: F. C. Baur and J. C. K. von Hofmann on New Testament
Chapter 2: Religion versus Theology: William Wrede and Adolf Schlatter on New Testament
Chapter 3: The Debate Continues: Old and New Testament Theology between the World Wars
Chapter 4: Slouching toward Crisis: Salvation History in the Biblical Theology Movement
Chapter 5: Prophet without Honor: Cullmann's Unseasonable Salvation Historical Synthesis
Chapter 6: The Perfect Storm: Final Assault on Salvation History and Counterinsurgency
Epilogue: The Salvation History Fallacy?