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Journal Article: BibTeX citation key:  InstoneBrewer1992
Instone-Brewer, David. "1 Corinthians 9.9-11: A Literal Interpretation of 'Do Not Muzzle the Ox'." NTS 38 (1992): 554–565.
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Categories: intertextuality, Rhetoric
Keywords: allegory, Corinthians, hermeneutic(s), Mishnah
Creators: Instone-Brewer
Collection: NTS
Bibliographies: 1 Corinthians, Paul and Scriptures

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Abstract
When Paul interprets ‘Do not muzzle the ox while threshing’ as ‘do not neglect to pay Christian ministers’, commentators have quite naturally assumed that his exegesis was allegorical. However, comparisons with contemporary rabbinic exegesis suggest that this would have been regarded as a literal interpretation of the plain meaning of the text. [Instone-Brewer]
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