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By Samuel Byrskog

ISBN-10: 0391041665

ISBN-13: 9780391041660

ISBN-10: 3161473051

ISBN-13: 9783161473050

Gteborg college (Sweden) affiliate Professor of recent testomony and Hermeneutics Samuel Byrskog employs versions from the interdisciplinary box of oral heritage and insights from cultural anthropology in an effort to clarify how oral bills on a regular basis interacted with written texts in early Christianity.

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63 Watson, Text and Truth, p. 100. 64 For the concept of the re-oralization of a text, see Mills, "Domains of Folkloristic Concern", pp. 231-241. See further below Chap. 3, B:5. out history have known and interacted with scriptural texts". 65 The oral medium, it thus seems, provides a more decisive context. Here past and present, history and story, interact in a way which is at least as dynamic as within the written discourse itself. 65 Graham, Beyond the Written Word, p. 155. Chapter 1 Oral History: A New Approach The studies by biblical scholars such as Luz, Robbins and Watson discussed in the previous chapter bring to attention significant factors involved in any attempt to overcome the dichotomy between story versus history, the present versus the past, in the study of the gospel tradition.

317-339, especially pp. 329-331. 51 The approach has developed from Robbins' intuitive use of it in Jesus the Teacher, originally published in 1984, to his more recent elaborations in Exploring the Texture of Texts and The Tapestry of Early Christian Discourse. Robbins has put it to use also in a number of lectures and articles. 52 See especially Robbins, The Tapestry of Early Christian Discourse, p. 19. logical texture and - added by Robbins most recently - sacred texture. Rhetoric is thus essentially socio-rhetoric, that is, it "provides a socially and culturally oriented approach to texts, forming a bridge between the disciplines of social-scientific and literary criticism".

Viii. Cf. ", pp. 317-339, especially pp. 329-331. 51 The approach has developed from Robbins' intuitive use of it in Jesus the Teacher, originally published in 1984, to his more recent elaborations in Exploring the Texture of Texts and The Tapestry of Early Christian Discourse. Robbins has put it to use also in a number of lectures and articles. 52 See especially Robbins, The Tapestry of Early Christian Discourse, p. 19. logical texture and - added by Robbins most recently - sacred texture. Rhetoric is thus essentially socio-rhetoric, that is, it "provides a socially and culturally oriented approach to texts, forming a bridge between the disciplines of social-scientific and literary criticism".

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