|類型/形式：||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Center for the Study of World Religions, ©1999
François Bovon; Ann Graham Brock; Christopher R Matthews
|ISBN:||0945454171 9780945454175 094545418X 9780945454182|
|描述：||xxix, 394 pages ; 25 cm.|
|内容：||The "prehistory" of the Acts of Peter / Christine M. Thomas --
The Acts of Mark : tradition, transmission, and translation of the Arabic version / Allen Dwight Callahan --
Byzantine witnesses for the apocryphal acts of the apostles / François Bovon --
The Greek language of the apocryphal acts of the apostles : a study in style / David H. Warren --
Philological aspects of the apocryphal acts of the apostles --
Evie Zachariades-Holmberg --
Political authority and cultural accommodation : social diversity in the Acts of Paul and the Acts of Peter / Ann Graham Brock --
Ritual epicleses in the Greek Acts of Thomas / Caroline Johnson --
Articulate animals : a multivalent motif in the apocryphal acts of the apostles / Christopher R. Matthews --
"She became what the words signified" : the Greek Acts of Andrew's construction of the reader-disciple / Laura S. Nasrallah --
Physical and spiritual restoration : the role of healing miracles in the Acts of Andrew / David W. Pao --
An inquiry into the relationship between community and text : the apocryphal Acts of Philip 1 and the encratites of Asia Minor / Richard N. Slater.
|叢書名：||Religions of the world (Cambridge, Mass.)|
|責任：||edited by François Bovon, Ann Graham Brock, and Christopher R. Matthews.|
"This collection provides a rich, multilayered analysis of a long-neglected branch of the Christian literature of antiquity that examines the relationship between tradition and redaction, the uses of language, and the fluid border between literary criticism and motif analysis." "The scope of this collection, as it examines the transformation of the ancient world into Byzantine Christianity, demonstrates that the early Christian apocryphal literature is a vital source for historians of Christianity, for scholars of patristics and of the New Testament, and for those inquiring into such timeless issues as the structure of political authority, the role of women, religious experience, and the organization of social responsibility."--Jacket.