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Reading Paul in the Context of Philonic Mystical Traditions

September 2014
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In a former post, I mentioned that Volker Rabens had an article coming out on Paul and Philo, and I commented thus:

“Volker Rabens, Pneuma and the Beholding of God: Reading Paul in the Context of Philonic Mystical Traditions,’ In Jörg Frey and Jack Levison eds., The Holy Spirit, Inspiration, and the Cultures of Antiquity. Multidisciplinary Perspectives (Ekstasis: Religious Experience from Antiquity to the Middle Ages 5; Berlin-New York; DeGruyter – forthcoming.) I am a little confused here as prof. Rabens gives the title of the volume as The Historical origins of the Holy Spirit; the other title here is taken from the DeGruyter website.”

Now the article has been published and Rabens have even posted it on Academia.edu, available for those of you who can access that page:

Volker Rabens, “Pneuma and the Beholding of God: Reading Paul in the Context of Philonic Mystical Traditions,” in J. Frey and J.R. Levison (eds.), The Holy Spirit, Inspiration, and the Cultures of Antiquity: Multidisciplinary Perspectives (Ekstasis 5; Berlin/New York: De Gruyter, 2014), 293-329.


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