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Christopher R. Matthews
This fresh approach to the texts that coalesced around the name Philip in the New Testament and other early Christian literature finds the impetus for their formation and preservation in the apostolic identity of this historical/literary figure.
Pauline Christianity examines the reception of Acts and the ‘Pauline’ Luke by Irenaeus, the compositional intentions behind the construction of ‘Pauline’ Christianity in Acts, and the relation of the literary Paulinism of the author to the Paulinism of his sources.
Ismo Dunderberg, Christopher Tuckett and Kari Syreeni
This collection consists of 22 essays on New Testament, early Christianity, and biblical interpretation. The essays bear especially upon issues related to early Christian diversity and conflicts and to their challenge for biblical interpretation.
Edited by David G. Horrell and Christopher M. Tuckett
This collection of essays by an international team of New Testament scholars focuses on various kinds of christological claim, whether by the historical Jesus, in the Q tradition, John, Paul or the synoptics, and their connection with controversy and community.
Christopher A. Beetham
The introduction of literary intertextuality into biblical studies has led to both discovery and dilemma. This study proposes new definitions of ‘allusion’ and ‘echo’ and a methodology on how to detect them, using the neglected letter of Colossians as a test case.
Christopher Rowland and Christopher R.A. Morray-Jones
This book brings together the perspectives of apocalypticism and early Jewish mysticism to illuminate the New Testament. The first part explores the importance of apocalypticism across the whole of the New Testament, and the second part the relevance of Jewish mystical to the New Testament.
Edited by Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity College and Christopher D. Land, McMaster Divinity College
This volume addresses many of the questions surrounding Paul and his social relations, including how to define and analyze such relations, their relationship to Paul's historical and social context, how Paul related to numerous friends and foes, and the implications for understanding Paul's ...
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