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Lux Humana, Lux Aeterna: Essays on Biblical and Related Themes in Honour of Lars Aejmelaeus (Antti Mustakallio) Paperback Book, (Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project, 2005) 9789519217444


Title: Lux Humana, Lux Aeterna: Essays on Biblical and Related Themes in Honour of Lars Aejmelaeus

Author: Mustakallio, Antti

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Publisher: Neo-Assyrian Text Corpus Project; Publication Date: 2005

Paperback; ISBN: 9789519217444

Volumes: 1; Pages: x, 555

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The essays in this Festschrift for Lars Aejmelaeus, Professor of Biblical Studies at the University of Helsinki, are written by his colleagues, friends, and students. They represent a variety of fields such as Septuagint research, Jewish, Gnostic, and New Testament studies. This volume is also a sample of the labours of the research unit on "The Formation of Early Jewish and Christian Ideology" of the University of Helsinki and Abo Akademi University, which was nominated a Centre of Excellence award by the Academy of Finland for 2000-2005. In this research unit, Lars Aejmelaeus has co-led the group on "The Hellenistic Context of Christianity."

Contents

Raija Sollamo An Example of Consistency: Interpretation by the Translator of the Greek Genesis in Rendering the Hebrew Semipreposition lipnei

Antti Laato The Development of the Jewish Calendar

Mika Aspinen Apocalyptic Traditions in the Bible: Hermeneutical Questions on an Inconvenient Genre

Erkki Koskenniemi Iannes redevivus and the Help from Beelzebub (Mark 3:22)

II Sakari H kkinen The Baptism of Jesus

Matti Myllykoski On the Way to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35) Narrative and Ideological Aspects of Fiction

Kalervo Salo Luke's Story of the Old Testament

Raimo Hakola The Counsel of Caiaphas and the Social Identity of the Johannine Community (John 11:47-53)

Kari Syreeni The Witness of Blood: The Narrative and Ideological Function of the "Beloved Disciple" in John 13-21

Petri Luomanen Sacrifices Abolished: The Last Supper in Luke (Codex Bezae) and in the Gospel of the Ebionites

III Karl-Gustav Sandelin Philo and Paul on Alien Religion: A Comparison

Rainer Reuter Paul's Terminology Describing Time, Periods of Time and History

Lauri Thur n Paul Had No Antagonists

Antti Mustakallio The Continuing Problem of the Audience of Romans

Randar Tasmuth Paul's Gospel to the Romans

Niko Huttunen The Human Contradiction: Epictetus and Romans 7

IV Juhana Torkki Paul in Athens (Acts 17:16-34): A Dramatic Episode

Heikke Lepp Luke's Account of the Lord's Supper

Outi Lepp Believers and Unbelievers in 2 Corinthians 6:14-15

Tuomas Rasimus Ophite Myth of Adam and the Corinthian Situation

Minna Laine Gnosis, Love and Resurrection: Interpretation of Pauline Epistles in the Valentinian Gospel of Philip

V Heikki R is nen What's Happening in New Testament Theology?

Risto Uro Explaining Early Christian Asceticism: Methodological Considerations

Anneli Aejmelaeus The Suffering Servant: Isaiah 53 as an Intertext of the New Testament

Antti Marjanen Phoebe, a Letter Courier

Ismo Dunderberg Valentinian Views about Adam's Creation: Valentinus and the Gospel of Philip

Fredrik Lindgard The Mosaics of the House of Aion in Paphos, Cyprus

VI Jarmo Kiilunen An Epilogue: Some Personal Memories

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