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Die Johannesapokalypse: Kontexte – Konzepte – Rezeption
University of Zürich. (Faculty of Theology)
Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Theology, Department of Theology, Old and New Testament Exegesis.
Universität Jena. (Faculty of Theology)
2012 (German)Collection (editor) (Refereed)
Abstract [en]

The Revelation of John receives much attention in New Testament scholarship. This volume offers an extensive discussion of Revelation's historical location and date, its history-of-religions background and reception of early Christian tradition, as well as its rhetoric and theological aims and concepts. The volume contains papers from a Symposium held in Munich and additional invited contributions, which survey some of the most important current debates. The first part -"contexts"- contains essays on the text and the traditions adopted, the historical context and date of Revelation. The second part -"concepts"- focuses on theological themes, from Christology to eschatology and martyrdom. A third part on -"effects"- contains essays on several important forms of the reception of Revelation, from Montanism and Lactantius down to Orthodox liturgy and the art of William Blake.

 

Survey of contents:

Franz Tóth: Erträge und Tendenzen der gegenwärtigen Forschung zur JohannesapokalypseI. Kontexte Martin Karrer: Der Text der Johannesapokalypse - Thomas Witulski: Der römische Kaiser Hadrian und die neutestamentliche Johannesapokalypse - Stefan Witetschek: Ein weit geöffnetes Zeitfenster? Überlegungen zur Datierung der Johannesapokalypse – Michael Labahn: Die Septuaginta und die Johannesapokalypse: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen einer Verhältnisbestimmung im Spiegel von kreativer Intertextualität und Textentwicklungen - Loren T. Stuckenbruck / Mark D. Mathews: The Apocalypse of John, 1 Enoch, and the Question of Influence – Enno Edzard Popkes: Vollendete Gottesgegenwart: Anmerkungen zu den traditionsgeschichtlichen Bezugsgrößen von Apk 21,1-5 - Clare K. Rothschild: Principle, Power, and Purgation in the Letter to the Church in Laodicea (Rev 3:14-22) - Jan Dochhorn: Beliar als Endtyrann in der Ascensio Isaiae. Ein Beitrag zur Eschatologie und Satanologie des frühen Christentums sowie zur Erforschung der Apokalypse des Johannes II. Konzepte Franz Tóth: Von der Vision zur Redaktion. Untersuchungen zur Komposition, Redaktion und Intention der Johannesapokalypse - Hans-Georg Gradl: Buch und Brief. Zur motivischen, literarischen und kommunikativen Interdependenz zweier medialer Typen in der Johannes-Offenbarung - Konrad Huber: Jesus Christus - der Erste und der Letzte. Zur Christologie der Johannesapokalypse - Jörg Frey: Was erwartet die Johannesapokalypse? Zur Eschatologie des letzten Buchs der Bibel - James A. Kelhoffer: The Relevance of Revelation's Date and the Imperial Cult for John's Appraisal of the Value of Christians' Suffering in Revelation 1-3 - Jan Willem van Henten: The Concept of Martyrdom in Revelation - Roland Bergmeier: Zeugnis und MartyriumIII. Rezeption William Tabbernee: The Appearance of the New Jerusalem in Montanist Interpretation and the Revelation of John - Tobias Nicklas: Die apokryphe Thomasapokalypse und ihre Rezeption der Offenbarung desJohannes - Valentin Fàbrega: Laktanz und die Apokalypse - Juan Hernández, Jr.: Andrew of Caesarea and His Reading of Revelation. Catechesis and Paranesis -Konstantin Nikolakopoulos: Die Apokalypse des Johannes und die orthodoxe Liturgie. Anknüpfungspunkte zwischen Apokalypse und orthodoxem Kultus - Christopher Rowland: ‘Mr. Blake: apo- or rather ana-calyptic Poet and Painter’: Apocalyptic Hermeneutics in Action

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck , 2012, 1st. , 867 p.
Series
Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament, ISSN ISSN 0512-1604 ; 287
Keyword [en]
Apocalypse, Revelation, Interpretation
National Category
Religious Studies
Research subject
New Testament Exegesis
Identifiers
URN: urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-162333ISBN: 978-3-16-150603-1 (print)OAI: oai:DiVA.org:uu-162333DiVA: diva2:460325
Available from: 2011-11-29 Created: 2011-11-29 Last updated: 2013-04-05Bibliographically approved

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