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Edited by Bruce Chilton and Craig Evans
The Missions of James, Peter, and Paul comprises studies that investigate in what ways the missions of the three most important interpreters of Jesus agreed or differed in matters of ideology, theology, and practice. Of great importance is the question of how closely aligned these figures were ...
Edited by H.N. Roskam
This study about the origin and purpose of Mark's Gospel illuminates the historical situation in which Mark's original readers lived, and established in what way the evangelist addresses this situation in his Gospel.
Introduced and Edited by J.K. Elliott
This volume consists of a collection of papyrologist T.C. Skeat's articles related to the production of New Testament manuscripts and to textual criticism. J.K. Elliott introduces the essays and assesses Skeat's importance in these fields.
Shiell proposes that the book of Acts was performed orally by a lector in the early church and examines how reading Acts in this light can fill interpretive gaps left by modern studies that focus on reading rather than hearing biblical texts.
By focusing on the religio-political dimension of the Gospel of John and using a postcolonial framework, Kim reads the Gospel of John as a Jewish nationalist discourse that develops at the expense of its female characters.
Herausgegeben von Cilliers Breytenbach und Jens Schröter
This volume - a Festschrift in honour of the renowned Acts of the Apostles-scholar Eckhard Plümacher- contains various articles on several aspects of Luke's Acts of the Apostles
Edited by Stephen D. Moore and Janice Capel Anderson
Edited by David L. Barr
The interpretation of the Apocalypse is explored through various methods including historical, literary, and social analysis, in combination with such reading strategies as process, postcolonial, and religion studies perspectives. Shows how diverse methods produce divergent readings of a ...
Edited by Todd C. Penner and Caroline Vander Stichele
These essays on Acts illustrate the move away from traditional modes of interpretation and toward more innovative historical, cultural, and literary analyses. They focus particularly on the intersection of early Christian literature and its Greco-Roman cultural and discursive contexts.
Wayne C. Kannaday
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