Philo of Alexandria and the New Testament (LB-6B/BB-6B/LM-10B)Dozent:innen: Nelida Naveros Cordova
Kurzname: Philo of Alexandria
Voraussetzungen / OrganisatorischesBlockseminar in englischer Sprache, durchgeführt von Prof. Naveros Cordova PhD.
Empfohlene LiteraturRequired texts:
• The New Revised Standard Version of the Bible (NRSV).
• Schenck, Kenneth. A Brief Guide to Philo. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2005.
• Philo. Edited by Jeffrey Henderson. Vol. VII. Loeb Classical Library 320. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1937.
• Philo. Edited by Jeffrey Henderson. Vol. I. Loeb Classical Library 226. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1929.
• Attridge, H. A. The Epistle to the Hebrews. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1989.
• Fitzmyer, Joseph A. SJ. First Corinthians: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. The Anchor Yale Bible. Vol. 32. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008.
• Johnson, Luke Timothy. The Gospel of Luke. Edited by Daniel J. Harrington, SJ. Sacra Pagina. Vol. 3. Collegeville, Minnesota: The Liturgical Press, 1991.
• Johnson, Luke Timothy. The Acts of the Apostles. Edited by Daniel J. Harrington, SJ. Sacra Pagina. Vol. 3. Collegeville, Minnesota: The Liturgical Press, 1992.
• Betz D. Hans. Galatians: A Commentary on Paul’s Letter to the Churches in Galatia. Hermeneia: A Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1979.
• Fitzmyer, Joseph A. SJ. Romans: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary. The Anchor Yale Bible. Vo. 33. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993.
InhaltAlthough Philo was not a Christian, his treatises represent an important tool to enhance our understanding of the New Testament and the development of early Christianity. The aim of this seminar is to acquaint the student with the works of Philo and their significance in New Testament scholarship. Focusing on Luke-Acts, Paul, and the Epistle to the Hebrews, this seminar will explore various important themes in these New Testament texts and Philo within the Hellenistic Jewish and the Greco-Roman contexts. A brief introduction to Philo and his writings will be presented, followed by an analysis on the Jerusalem-Temple motif in Luke-Acts and Philo. This study will emphasize three important points of parallels between the two Hellenistic Jews. Also, Philo and Paul will be compared and contrasted in relation to their views on creation and ethics. The interpretation of Gen 1 and 2:7 in both authors and the three-fold structure of their ethical teaching will be our main focus. The Epistle to the Hebrews is the New Testament book that shows most affinity to Philo’s thought and will have a place in this seminar. Emphasis will be given to the authors’ views on the roles of the Logos and Christ, and the themes of priesthood and dualism.
Overall, the seminar aims to integrate Philonic material into the studies of some New Testament texts. Fresh material will be handed out in class to reflect current scholarship on these important topics.
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