This compendium of 32 essays on the concept of faith (πίστις) in the NT, in its OT, early Jewish and Greco-Roman contexts, and in the early patristic developments, owes its genesis to a conference on faith in Paul’s letters held in Zürich in 2013. Six essays are published in English (Schliesser, Dorman, Lindsay, Morgan, Frey, Kelhoffer), and the rest are in German. Jörg Frey’s introduction situates the volume in the context of basic theological questions and in the context of exegetical emphases and distinctions. Major monographs on “faith” are mostly older (Schlatter, 1885; Lührmann, 1976); important dictionary articles are those of Bultmann (ThWNT 6, 1959), Lührmann (RAC 11, 1981), and Haacker (TRE 13, 1984); both Schliesser and Ueberschaer, the two co-editors, have written about faith in Paul (Schliesser, 2007) and in Paul and John (Ueberschaer, 2017).

Benjamin Schliesser begins the compendium with an (English) essay that provides...

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