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2016 | 6(63/4) | 611-654
Article title

Retoryka i socjo-retoryka w lekturze tekstów Nowego Testamentu. Cz. 1: Retoryka i nowe podejście do tradycji ustnej

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Rhetorical and Socio-Rhetorical Reading of New Testament Texts. Part I: Rhetoric and the New Approach to Oral Tradition
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In the present article the author argues for the usefulness and importance of rhetoric and socio-rhetoric in reading the New testament texts. Part I is dedicated to the rhetorical approach. The point of departure are the remarks of Pontifical Biblical Commission on the questionable rhetorical education of biblical authors, on may kinds of rhetoric, and on the limited applicability of rhetoric to the analysis of biblical text. The author answers the objections raised against the rhetorical method and argues for the use of Greco-Roman rhetoric as the compositional instrument closest to the cultural milieu of the New Testament authors. The Greco-Roman rhetoric presents itself as the best tool to explore the texture of biblical writings characterized by high residual orality. To substantiate it, the author shows the recent change of paradigm in the approach to the oral tradition and textuality in the Bible. Part I of the article finishes with the elaboration and exposition of the basic steps of rhetorical analysis proposed by George A. Kennedy.
Contributors
  • Instytut Nauk Biblijnych, Wydział Teologii, Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II, xmkowal@gmail.com
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