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In this volume, 16 contributions by specialists of political and religious history of Antiquity give a precious general overview of the diffusion of Egyptian cults in the Western Roman World.
Dieter Lührmann, known for his studies on the canonical gospels, has also done pioneering work on the apocryohal gospels. The present volume contains studies on some new fragments, e.g. the gospel of Thomas, as well as essays on the process of canonization.
Edited by John T. Fitzgerald, Dirk Obbink and Glenn S. Holland
The fifteen essays in this volume, rooted in the work of the Hellenistic Moral Philosophy and Early Christianity Section of the SBL, examine the works of the Epicurean philosopher Philodemus and how they illuminate the cultural context of early Christianity.
Edited by John T. Fitzgerald, Thomas H.Olbricht and L. Michael White
This volume contains 28 essays in honor of Abraham J. Malherbe, whose work has been especially influential in exploring modes of cultural interaction between early Jews and Christians and their Graeco-Roman neighbors.
Edited by Trevor J. Burke and J.Keith Elliott
This volume contains seminal articles by an international team of Pauline specialists on 1 and 2 Corinthians. The book comprises four sections: Text and Traditions; Culture, Conflict and the Rhetoric of Paul; Theology in the Letters; and Sects, Polemic and the Apologetics of Paul.
Charles H. Talbert
This book begins by offering a reading of the theological views of Luke-Acts in terms of Peter J. Rabinowitz's authorial audience and closes with reflections on how one might assess the historical value of Acts.
Peter L. Trudinger
Literary analysis of the psalms used in the fundamental daily ritual of the Jerusalem Temple provides new insights into topics in Second Temple studies, including the formation of the Psalter, liturgical texts of the period, and Temple ritual.
This volume argues that Job 28, as Job's words in its present position, has a special rhetorical function within the whole book, and more specifically within the context of chapters 22-31
This study of the prophetic traditions of Samuel, Elijah and Elisha in 1 Samuel and 1/2 Kings shows the superior position of the prophet to the king and throws new light on the social importance of so-called “pre-classical” prophecy.
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