From: John Contabile (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 08 1999 - 16:00:50 EST
Greetings to all in this forum!
I am in the process of exegeting the book of Hebrews along with a couple of
friends. We have discovered that we need to do some outside reading
concerning the rhetorical style used by the writers of the New Testament -
especially the author of Hebrews. If anyone could recommend a good book or
two it would be greatly appreciated. I heard that Burton Mack's "Rhetoric
and the New Testament" was good, but it is out of print and I cannot find
it. Also, if anyone can pass on some advice regarding the discourse
analysis of Hebrews we would appreciate it. We have found that perhaps we
have bitten off more than we can chew!
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