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Roderic L. Mullen
This complete list of known early Christian communities provides references to the original sources for the diffusion of earliest Christianity.
Andrew James Carriker
This volume establishes the contents of Eusebius of Caesarea’s library. It relates the library’s history, including the role of Origen of Alexandria, discusses Eusebius’ use of sources, and examines the specific Hellenic, Jewish, and Christian works available at Caesarea.
Andrew H. Wakefield
This book examines the function of Paul’s citations of scripture in his argument against the law in Galatians 3:1–14. Drawing on selected insights of intertextuality while helping to clarify its assumptions and implications as a method of biblical study, Wakefield examines the “anonymous ...
Matthew L. Skinner
This study explores literary settings in the narrative of Paul’s prolonged imprisonment in Acts. It suggests that Paul’s proclamation of the word in a setting of Roman control constitutes a powerful confrontation and manipulation of social and religious powers. Paperback edition available from ...
Richard J. Bautch
This book examines literary conventions in the psalms of communal lament and their reflection and modification in post-exilic penitential prayers. It analyzes elements of shared form and demonstrates the literary relationship between these psalms and prayers.
Jane S. Webster
This study of a literary motif in the Gospel of John explores all passages related to ingesting, and the relationship between the ingesting motif and salvation themes, developing a new methodology in biblical literary criticism. Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical ...
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