Contested body: Metaphors of dominion in Romans 5-8

Author
Annette Potgieter

Synopsis

Within the plenitude of Pauline studies, Contested body: Metaphors of dominion in Romans 5–8 provides a cohesive scholarly investigation into metaphors of dominion employed by Paul. This book advances the understanding that the body is the specific space where forces vie in Romans 5-8.

Chapters

  • Chapter 1
    Paul, metaphors and persuasion
    Annette Potgieter
  • Chapter 2
    Metaphors of dominion
    Annette Potgieter
  • Chapter 3
    Perlocution in Romans 5–8 (exegetical analyses)
    Annette Potgieter
  • Chapter 4
    The body as contested space
    Annette Potgieter
  • Chapter 5
    Hegemony and space
    Annette Potgieter

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