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Fee Gordon D. - Pauline Christology
Один из самых фундаментальных трудов по христологии апостола Павла знаменитого библеиста Гордона Фи.
 

Fee Gordon D. - Pauline Christology - An Exegetical-Theological Study

Hendrickson Publishers, Inc., 2007. - 707 s.
Peabody, Massachusetts 01961-3473
ISBN 978-1-59856-035-0
Printed in the United States of America
 

Gordon D. Fee - Pauline Christology - An Exegetical-Theological Study - Content

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
PART I: ANALYSIS
  • CHAPTER 2: CHRISTOLOGY IN THE THESSALONIAN CORRESPONDENCE
  • CHAPTER 3: CHRISTOLOGY IN 1 CORINTHIANS
  • CHAPTER 4: CHRISTOLOGY IN 2 CORINTHIANS
  • CHAPTER 5: CHRISTOLOGY IN GALATIANS
  • CHAPTER 6: CHRISTOLOGY IN ROMANS
  • CHAPTER 7: CHRISTOLOGY IN COLOSSIANS (AND PHILEMON)
  • CHAPTER 8: CHRISTOLOGY IN EPHESIANS
  • CHAPTER 9: CHRISTOLOGY IN PHILIPPIANS
  • CHAPTER 10: CHRISTOLOGY IN THE PASTORAL EPISTLES
PART II: SYNTHESIS
  • CHAPTER 11: CHRIST, THE DIVINE SAVIOR
  • CHAPTER 12: CHRIST: PREEXISTENT AND INCARNATE SAVIOR
  • CHAPTER 13: JESUS AS SECOND ADAM
  • CHAPTER 14: JESUS: JEWISH MESSIAH AND SON OF GOD
  • CHAPTER 15: JESUS: JEWISH MESSIAH AND EXALTED LORD
  • CHAPTER 16: CHRIST AND THE SPIRIT: PAUL AS A PROTO-TRINITARIAN
APPENDIX A: CHRIST AND PERSONIFIED WISDOM
APPENDIX B : PAUL'S USE OF K T P I O I FOR CHRIST IN CITATIONS AND ECHOES OF THE SEPTUAGINT
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX OF MODERN AUTHORS
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
 

Gordon D. Fee - Pauline Christology - An Exegetical-Theological Study - Conclusion

 
At the end of this lengthy analysis of texts in both Paul and the Wisdom literature, we may conclude with a considerable degree of confidence that Paul neither knew nor articulated anything that might resemble a Wisdom Christology. I now emphasize this conclusion by summarizing the various points that have been made throughout.
 
1. This view could never have arisen on the basis of the Pauline texts alone. On no occasion does Paul say, or hint at the possibility, that Wisdom was involved in God's creation of the world. On this matter, he does not even echo the wisdom texts that speak of creation reflecting God's attribute of wisdom.
 
2. What Paul says, rather, is that all things that God created came into being through the agency of Christ, either as the Lord or as the divine Son.
 
3. Furthermore, there is nothing in Paul's use of the wisdom tradition that would lead anyone to look for personified Wisdom in what he does say either about Christ or about creation. A careful analysis of Paul's actual use of the wisdom tradition would scarcely cause one to look there for a christological resolution to Paul's understanding of Christ.
 
4. The absolutely crucial document for finding a tie to Paul and the Wisdom literature is Wisdom of Solomon. But an analysis of all possible allusions to this work in Paul's letters offers little confidence in this regard. Indeed, nothing in Paul's letters indicates that he knew of its existence; and even if he did know of it, he made no obvious use of it.
 
5. On the other crucial matter—whether in the wisdom tradition itself there is a tendency to view personified Wisdom as the agent of creation— careful exegesis of the various texts in the context of the whole document does not lead one to think that this was the view of any of the authors of these books.
 
6. What is startling when one reads the literature on this matter is the nature of the advocacy for such a view, where everything brought forward in support requires a methodology totally unlike anything else that one would use for constructing a Pauline theology, which ordinarily is constructed on the basis of what Paul actually says on a subject and recognizes the value of от supporting evidence. But here, by way of contrast, every bit of "evidence" brought forward is by way of secondary (or even tertiary) allusions. That is, Paul himself never even remotely associates Christ with personified Wisdom. The only possible instance (1 Cor 1:24) has nothing to do with personified Wisdom but rather with "wisdom" at the human level, which has caused the Corinthians to reject the reality of a crucified Messiah. So when Paul says that all things were created "through [the Lord]" (1 Cor 8:6) and "through [the Son]" (Col 1:15) regarding his role in creation, it is certainly not Paul who intends us to read "Wisdom" for'"Lord" or "Son," but rather some NT scholars in their wishfulness to see it so.
 
7. In light of the evidence, therefore, both in Paul's letters and in the Wisdom literature, we must conclude that Wisdom Christology is not found in Paul's letters and thus has no role in the reconstruction of Paul's Christology.
 

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