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Auctoritas Pauli selon la littérature deutéro-paulinienne et l'oeuvre lucanienne

ContributorsDettwiler, Andreasorcid
Presented at University of Lausanne (Switzerland), April 25-26, 2008
PublisherLeuven - Paris - Walpole (MA) : Peeters
  • Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium; 229
Publication date2009

The contribution tries to understand an important, although mostly implicit aspect of the Lukan and the deutero-Pauline rereading of the figure of Paul, that means the question of authority. The comparative approach treats five major elements: (1) "Paul" and his authority is no longer contested, without necessarily becoming an ethically idealized figure; (2) the construction of the authority of "Paul" - in the epistolary (Col, Eph), but also in the historiographical (Luke-Act) reception - is inscribed in the dialectical relationship between presence and absence; (3) "Paul" becomes a quasi-soteriological figure (especially in Col and Eph), his authority being founded in and maintained exclusively by God; (4) the authority of "Paul" is essentially based on teaching and argumentation; (5) finally, "Paul" becomes a figure which includes both unique and paradigmatic dimensions.

  • Autorité
  • Deutéro-paulinisme
  • Epître aux Colossiens
  • Epître aux Ephésiens
  • Actes des apôtres
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DETTWILER, Andreas. Auctoritas Pauli selon la littérature deutéro-paulinienne et l’oeuvre lucanienne. In: Reception of Paulinism in Acts. Réception du paulinisme dans les Actes des Apôtres. University of Lausanne (Switzerland). Leuven - Paris - Walpole (MA) : Peeters, 2009. p. 305–323. (Bibliotheca Ephemeridum Theologicarum Lovaniensium)
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