Introduction; Vasile Mihoc, Facultatea de Teologie 'Andrei Saguna', Sibiu, Romania. Basic Principles of Orthodox Biblical Hermeneutics as Rooted in the Greek Fathers' Interpretation; Daniel Patte, Vanderbilt University. How the Essays in this Volume Complement Each Other; Matthew W. Bates, University of Notre Dame. Prosopographic Exegesis and Narrative Logic: Paul, Origen, and Theodoret of Cyrus on Psalm 69:22-23; Steven DiMattei, University of Houston. Adam, an Image of the Future Economy: Romans 5:14 in the Context of Irenaeus' Christological Exegesis of Genesis 1:26; Archbishop Demetrios [Trakatellis], Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in America. "Being Transformed": Chrysostom's Exegesis of the Epistle to the Romans; Vasile Mihoc, Theological School Sibiu. St. Paul and the Jews in John Chrysostom's Commentary on Romans 9-11; George Kalantzis, Wheaton College. The Voice So Dear to Me: Themes From Romans in Theodore, Chrysostom, and Theodoret; Bruce Lowe, Macquarie University-Sydney. What Does Proecho Really Echo in Romans 3.9? Re-evaluating Arethas & Photius' 9th-10th Century Greek Interpretations; Stelian Tofana, Babes Bolayi University. The Interdependency between Destiny, Humankind and Creation According to Rom. 8:18-23: An Orthodox-Patristic Perspective; Conclusion; Daniel Patte, Vanderbilt University. Some of the Theological; Hermeneutical, Contextual, and Analytical; Textual Choices Made by Greek Fathers and Eastern Orthodox Interpreters of Romans; Biographies of contributors; Indices.
Vasile Mihoc is Professor of New Testament at Facultatea de Teologie 'Andrei Saguna' in Romania. Daniel Patte teaches at Vanderbilt University, is author of The Challenge of Discipleship (Trinty), Discipleship According to the Sermon on the Mount (Trinity), and an editor of Reading Israel in Romans: Legitimacy and Plausibility of Divergent Interpretations.