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- Chapter 1: The existence and ground of particular precepts; their relation to the imperative of love
- The ethical demands of the Mosaic Law
- The ‘law’ of Rm. 2,15
- The words of Jesus
- Paul’s ‘directives’
- The imperative of love and particular precepts
- Chapter 2: The status of external law in New Covenant morality
- ‘Liberation from external law’—the ‘Mitte’ of New Covenant morality?
- Rm. 8,2 in context and the ‘Mitte’ of New Covenant morality
- The gramma-pneuma antithesis
- Implications for the status of external law in New Covenant morality: the meaning of liberation in Paul
- Gospel and paraklêsis: the theological context of external law in the Christian economy
- The ecclesiological and christological context of external law in the Christian economy
- Chapter 3: Love and law in the living out of New Covenant morality
- Some Conclusions
- Appendix A: The literary unity of 1 Thess 4:1ff
- Appendix B: The indicative-imperative relationship
- Appendix C: The content of the paraklêsis in 1 Thess 4:3-7
- Appendix D: God’s love and the Christian’s in theological tradition
- Appendix E: Liberation from the ‘slavery of external law’?
- INDEX OF AUTHORS
- SCRIPTURAL INDEX
- INDEX TO EXTRA-BIBLICAL REFERENCES
- INDEX TO GREEK WORDS AND PHRASES (SELECTION)
Updated 2010-01-10 (build:68) by Andrew Fountain