The Corinthain Women Prophets. A Reconstruction through Paul's Rhetoric. / Antoinette Wire

James D Hester

Abstract


Dr Antoinette Wire, Professor of the New Testament at San Francisco Theological Seminary and Graduate Theology Union, provides a unique exploration into the social setting and self-understanding of the Corinthian women prophets. In this important contribution to the reconstruction of the early Christian history and theology, Wire demonstrates the fresh, new insights which

Perelman/ Olbrechts-Tyteca’s ‘New Rhetoric’ can bring to the growing field of rhetorical criticism.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/50-0-1615

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