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Mellen Biblical Press Series 30. Lewiston, NY/Queenston, ON/Lampeter, UK: Mellen Biblical Press, 1996. Reid closely reexamines Augustine's use of Romans 5 in his famous formulation of the doctrine of original sin and examines anew from a rhetorical perspective the traditional interpretation of Romans 5. He proposes that "rhetorical criticism can bring the interpretive task of determining the purpose and occasion of Romans into sharper focus by clarifying the relationship between its author, audience, and message, the three essential components of rhetorical argumentation" (p. 5).

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January 1998 · Journal of Early Christian Studies. Journal of Early Christian Studies . (1998) 679-680 This volume is an elaborate study of the rhetoric contained in Paul's letter to the Romans chapter 5. Reid begins with an exposition and evaluation of Augustine's exegesis of Romans 5. Having argued that Augustine's exegesis unduly stresses Adam's sin and its direct damage on humanity, Reid then presents.

Viewing Robertson's rhetoric in an Augustinian mirror. Christianity and the rhetoric of empire: The development of Christian discourse. Berkeley: University of California Press. Journal of Communication and Religion, 11, 22-31. Dieter, O. A. & Kurth, W. C. (1968). Philosophy and Rhetoric, 2(1), 56-57. Wiethoff, W. E. (1980).

Mellen Biblical Press series ; v. 30. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -195) and index. Personal Name: Augustine,, Saint, Bishop of Hippo Contributions in hermeneutics of Romans 5. Uniform Title: Bible. Romans V Criticism, interpretation, etc. History Early church, ca. 30-600. Romans Criticism, interpretation, etc. Uncontrolled Name: Christianity Scriptures Criticism.

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Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 2005. Early Modern Women's Manuscript Writing: Selected Papers from the Trinity/Trent Colloquium. Clark, Elizabeth A. Sex, Shame, and Rhetoric: En-gendering Early Christian Ethics. Burke, Victoria, and Gibson, Jonathan, eds. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004. Burton, Ben, and Scott-Baumann, Elizabeth, eds. The Work of Form: Poetics and Materiality in Early Modern Culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 59 (1991): 221–45.

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This study contributes to the understanding of early Christian rhetoric by focusing upon the interaction between Augustinian and Pauline rhetoric in "Romans" Five. The study first examines Augustine's hermeneutic with special attention to the function of rhetoric. It then considers Augustine's interpretation of the Apostle Paul. The author establishes the significance of Romans Five in Augustine's theology and assesses the bishop's exegesis. A particular contribution of the study is the detailed analysis of Augustine's construal of Romans 5:12-21, offering a judicious critique of traditional interpretation. The conclusion provides a solution to the ongoing debate concerning the rhetorical function and argumentative structure of Romans.