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Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x Illustrations note XI, p. Review Text "This is a field-changing book. Garroway has solved the problem of what to call the members of the communities Paul founded, in our language but from Paul's point of view: they are an unstable hybrid, Gentile-Jews, a category that played a significant role in the later emergence of Christianity as a third entity.

He has also shown that Paul, even as a cultural critic, did not attempt to eliminate the ethnocentricity or nationalism in the definition of 'the Jew' - rather, Gentiles had to be Jews to enter the redefined 'Israel.

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Anyone interested in Paul should read this engaging study. Using the work of Homi Bhabha and Mikhail Bakhtin, Garroway argues for an entirely new way to understand the transformed identity of those Gentiles who accepted Paul's message about Christ. Given the number of studies on Paul, it is hard to avoid hackneyed discussion. But Garroway's work is highly original, worth the time of anyone interested in Paul for that matter, anyone interested in the early identity formation of those whom we would later call Christians.

What pleasure to read a book that is theoretically sophisticated, exegetically ingenious, and entertainingly written!


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    Joshua D. Garroway, Rabbi, Ph.D.

    Holdings In. Victoria University Emmanuel College. Subjects subject. Gentiles in the New Testament.

    What Does "Neither Jew Nor Gentile" Mean?

    Identification Religion --Biblical teaching. Jews in the New Testament. More Details author. Garroway, Joshua D. Joshua Garroway has a solution. Garroway sees Paul caught up in the ancient debate over Jewish identity. Convinced his baptized charges had become Jews, yet unable to describe that transformation without invoking and confirming standard notions of Jewishness, Paul constructed a hybrid Gentile-Jewish identity.

    This novel approach to Paul invites fresh interpretations of Paul's letters, particularly Romans, and allows Garroway to reimagine Paul's role in the historical development of Christianity" A Look Inside About the Author. Author Affiliation.

    Neither Jew nor Gentile, but Both

    Garroway has solved the problem of what to call the members of the communities Paul founded, in our language but from Paul's point of view: they are an unstable hybrid, Gentile-Jews, a category that played a significant role in the later emergence of Christianity as a third entity. He has also shown that Paul, even as cultural critic, did not attempt to eliminate the ethnocentricity or nationalism in the definition of 'the Jew.

    Anyone interested in Paul should read this engaging study. He has also shown that Paul, even as a cultural critic, did not attempt to eliminate the ethnocentricity or nationalism in the definition of 'the Jew' - rather, Gentiles had to be Jews to enter the redefined 'Israel.