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The Resource Pauline churches and Diaspora Jews, John M.G. Barclay

Pauline churches and Diaspora Jews, John M.G. Barclay

Label
Pauline churches and Diaspora Jews
Title
Pauline churches and Diaspora Jews
Statement of responsibility
John M.G. Barclay
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OHX
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Barclay, John M. G
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament,
Series volume
275
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Pauline churches
  • Jewish diaspora
  • Jews
  • Jews
  • Mediterranean Region
Label
Pauline churches and Diaspora Jews, John M.G. Barclay
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Collection of texts partly published previously
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [389]-417) and indexes
Contents
Pauline churches, Jewish communities and the Roman Empire : introducing the issues -- "Do we undermine the law?" A study of Romans 14.1-15.6 -- Paul and Philo on circumcision : Romans 2.25-29 in social and cultural context -- Matching theory and practice : Josephus' constitutional ideal and Paul's strategy in Corinth -- Money and meetings : group formation among diaspora Jews and early Christians -- Deviance and apostasy : some applications of deviance theory to first-century Judaism and Christianity -- Who was considered an apostate in the Jewish diaspora? -- Hostility to Jews as cultural construct : Egyptian, Hellenistic, and early Christian paradigms -- Thessalonica and Corinth : social contrasts in Pauline Christianity -- [Pneumatikos] in the social dialect of Pauline Christianity -- "That you may not grieve, like the rest who have no hope" (1 Thess 4.13) : death and early Christian identity -- Ordinary but different : Colossians and hidden moral identity -- There is neither old nor young? : early Christianity and ancient ideologies of age -- The politics of contempt : Judaeans and Egyptians in Josephus' Against Apion -- The empire writes back : Josephan rhetoric in Flavian Rome -- Who's the toughest of them all? : Jews, Spartans and Roman torturers in Josephus' Against Apion -- Snarling sweetly : a study of Josephus on idolatry -- Paul, Roman religion and the emperor : mapping the point of conflict -- Why the Roman Empire was insignificant to Paul
Control code
000376220
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 454 p.
Isbn
9783161506192
Isbn Type
(cl.)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000376220
  • (OCoLC)759907410
Label
Pauline churches and Diaspora Jews, John M.G. Barclay
Publication
Note
Collection of texts partly published previously
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [389]-417) and indexes
Contents
Pauline churches, Jewish communities and the Roman Empire : introducing the issues -- "Do we undermine the law?" A study of Romans 14.1-15.6 -- Paul and Philo on circumcision : Romans 2.25-29 in social and cultural context -- Matching theory and practice : Josephus' constitutional ideal and Paul's strategy in Corinth -- Money and meetings : group formation among diaspora Jews and early Christians -- Deviance and apostasy : some applications of deviance theory to first-century Judaism and Christianity -- Who was considered an apostate in the Jewish diaspora? -- Hostility to Jews as cultural construct : Egyptian, Hellenistic, and early Christian paradigms -- Thessalonica and Corinth : social contrasts in Pauline Christianity -- [Pneumatikos] in the social dialect of Pauline Christianity -- "That you may not grieve, like the rest who have no hope" (1 Thess 4.13) : death and early Christian identity -- Ordinary but different : Colossians and hidden moral identity -- There is neither old nor young? : early Christianity and ancient ideologies of age -- The politics of contempt : Judaeans and Egyptians in Josephus' Against Apion -- The empire writes back : Josephan rhetoric in Flavian Rome -- Who's the toughest of them all? : Jews, Spartans and Roman torturers in Josephus' Against Apion -- Snarling sweetly : a study of Josephus on idolatry -- Paul, Roman religion and the emperor : mapping the point of conflict -- Why the Roman Empire was insignificant to Paul
Control code
000376220
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 454 p.
Isbn
9783161506192
Isbn Type
(cl.)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000376220
  • (OCoLC)759907410

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