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This index of Paul's Glory-Christology: Tradition and Rhetoric presents a list of text references from Old Testament, New Testament, Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha and Qumran literature, and a list of modern author names. The book investigates the tradition-historical background, the Christophanic origin, and rhetorical implications of Paul's identification of Christ. It discusses the Paul's Glory tradition in the Jewish scriptures, charts the development of the variegated Glory tradition in the Jewish literature of the Second Temple period, and reviews Paul's letters to discover how and why Paul came to identify Christ as Glory, and how such identification functioned in the theological-contextual equation preserved in his letters.

Keywords: Apocrypha; Christology; New Testament; Old Testament; Paul's Glory tradition; Paul's letters; Pseudepigrapha; Second Temple period



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