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The Contribution of Meal Scenes to the Narrative Theology of Acts of Paul

T&T Clark Handbook to Early Christian Meals in the Greco-Roman World

T&T Clark, 2019

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...Meal scenes in Acts of Paul: Introduction and overview Meal scenes form a crucial part of several episodes of Acts of Paul, and they contribute significantly to the narrative theology of this second-century work (Merz 2008). Apart from...

Political theology

Christianity: The Complete Guide

Continuum, 2005

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...Theology has had a political focus from the earliest days of Christianity, when Paul wrote to the Romans, ‘Let every person be subject to the governing authorities, for ... those that exist have been instituted by God’, through the medieval...

Communication

Christianity: The Complete Guide

Continuum, 2005

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...Books, Cinema, Drama, Internet, Journalism, Letters, Music, Painting, Poetry, Preaching, Publishing, Radio, Sculpture, Television, WorshipAt the centre of the Christian religion stands a communicator. Christians believe that Jesus had...

The Life'Transforming Power of the Spirit of Christ

Jesus : The Complete Guide

Continuum, 2003

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...As Messiah, Jesus inaugurates the coming kingdom of God. He brings the eschatological power of the messianic age—the “age to come”—into the lives of those who receive him, by his Spirit (the Holy Spirit) within them. By the power of his...

Conclusions

Maurice Casey

Maurice Casey is Professor of New Testament Languages and Literature at the University of Nottingham, UK. He has published extensively on the Son of Man problem, and more generally on reconstructing Aramaic traditions about Jesus from the Greek Gospels. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Jesus : Evidence and Argument or Mythicist Myths?

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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...The most important result of this book is that the whole idea that Jesus of Nazareth did not exist as a historical figure is verifiably false. Moreover, it has not been produced by anyone or anything with any reasonable relationship...

Paul’s Corinthian Correspondence

Henry Wansbrough

Henry Wansbrough OSB is a Benedictine Monk of Ampleforth, former Chairman of the Oxford University Theology Faculty and former Master of St Benet’s Hall. He is a member of the Pontifical Biblical Commission and Executive Secretary of ICPEL (The International Commission for Producing an English-language Lectionary). He lectures frequently across the globe including being Guest Lecturer in Scripture at Harare University, Zimbabwe. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Introducing the New Testament

Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015

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...Corinth in the first century It is more than usually important to understand the circumstances of the Corinthians to whom this letter is addressed. The ancient city of Corinth had been destroyed in 146bc, in an unusually aggressive...

Postscript: Reflections on the Logia Source and the Gospels of Luke and Matthew

Martin Hengel

Martin Hengel is Emeritus Professor of New Testament and Ancient Judaism, University of Tübingen, Germany. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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John Bowden

The Revd Dr. John Bowden is the former Editor and Managing Director of SCM Press. He is the author of several books and articles, including Christianity: The Complete Guide, and has translated numerous religious books from German, French and Dutch. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Four Gospels and the One Gospel of Jesus Christ : An Investigation of the Collection and Origin of the Canonical Gospels

T&T Clark, 2000

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...The riddle of ‘Q’ and the possibility of a dependence of Matthew on Luke We came to the conclusion that the titles of the Gospels are original and not a later addition, that they basically go back to Mark 1.1, ‘the beginning of the Gospel...

The Letter to Philemon

Henry Wansbrough

Henry Wansbrough OSB is a Benedictine Monk of Ampleforth, former Chairman of the Oxford University Theology Faculty and former Master of St Benet’s Hall. He is a member of the Pontifical Biblical Commission and Executive Secretary of ICPEL (The International Commission for Producing an English-language Lectionary). He lectures frequently across the globe including being Guest Lecturer in Scripture at Harare University, Zimbabwe. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Introducing the New Testament

Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015

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...Paul’s letter to Philemon is a fascinating document. It conforms entirely to the conventions of letter-writing at the time, and yet is entirely different. We do not know when it was written, but Paul proclaims himself a prisoner and an old...

The Pastoral Letters to Timothy and Titus

Henry Wansbrough

Henry Wansbrough OSB is a Benedictine Monk of Ampleforth, former Chairman of the Oxford University Theology Faculty and former Master of St Benet’s Hall. He is a member of the Pontifical Biblical Commission and Executive Secretary of ICPEL (The International Commission for Producing an English-language Lectionary). He lectures frequently across the globe including being Guest Lecturer in Scripture at Harare University, Zimbabwe. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Introducing the New Testament

Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015

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...The two letters to Timothy and one to Titus are known as the Pastoral Letters, a name coined in 1726 by P. Anton. The name indicates that they are concerned with the Christian community settling in the world, rather than letters from...

Rhetoric in Antiquity

The Dictionary of the Bible and Ancient Media

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

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...Rhetoric is the art of verbal persuasion. Although attempts to communicate persuasively are universal, Greeks in the classical period sought to classify and describe rhetoric formally. Republican Rome prohibited both rhetoric and philosophy...