By Hubert Jedin
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Trans. F. H. Colson. LCL. Vol. 8. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. PERFORMANCE, POLITICS, A N D POWER: A RESPONSE Antoinette Clark Wire San Francisco Theological Seminary The articles by Richard F. Ward and Arthur J. Dewey are both efforts to recover Paul's letters as performance, but "performance" understood in two very different senses. I want to review the contributions of each approach and press each person to extend his work. Then I will consider some further questions posed for the study of Paul's letters by recent work on orality and literacy.
Philadelphia: Fortress. Liddell, H. G. and Robert Scott, rev. H. S. Jones 1968 A Greek English Lexicon. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Malina, Bruce 1981 The New Testament World. Atlanta: John Knox. Ong, Walter J. 1970 The Presence of the Word. New York: Simon and Schuster. Philo 1 967 1968 Quod Omnis Probus Liber Sit. Trans. F. H. Colson. LCL. Vol. 7. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. De Confusione Linguarum. Trans. F. H. Colson, G. H. Whitaker. LCL. Vol. 4. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
In short, Paul is engaged in the process of popular coalitionb u i l d i n g , t r a n s c e n d i n g the various elitist structures a n d p o w e r conveyances of his day. He has taken u p alternative means to the more valued a n d powerful technologies of his day. Furthermore, the oral performance of Romans 10, with its anticipated interplay between speaker a n d audience, a t t e m p t s to effect this alternate social vision a n d relationship. One does not step back but enters into what actually surrounds the listener.
A History of the Council of Trent (Vol I): The Struggle for the Council by Hubert Jedin