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Early Christianity in the Lycus Valley

Author: U Huttner
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2013.
Series: Ancient Judaism and early Christianity, v. 85.; Ancient Judaism and early Christianity., Early Christianity in Asia Minor ;, v. 1.
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Genre/Form: Church history
Additional Physical Format: (GyWOH)har145000121
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: U Huttner
ISBN: 9789004264168 9004264167
OCLC Number: 861788904
Description: xiv, 492 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Starting points --
Sources and chronological framework --
Questions : community formation and the search for a position --
Historyof research --
Fundamentals, surveys, conclusions --
Epigraphy and archaeology --
Archaeological perspectives --
Theology --
Geography and natural resources --
Basic geography --
Infrastructure --
Agriculture and textile production --
Building trades and technologies --
Settlement geography I : Carura, Attouda, Trapezopolis, Tripolis --
Settlement geography II : Laodicea, Hierapolis, Colossae --
Historical background --
Cultural and social background : identities and associations --
Political background --
Colossae in the "early period" --
The Lycus Valley in the Hellenistic period : new foundations and political changes --
Laodicea as a central city of the Roman province --
Indigenous and Greek cults --
Cults of Zeus --
Cults of Apollo --
The sanctuary of Lairbenos --
Men --
The mother of the Gods --
The Hellenistic ruler cult --
The Roman emperor cult --
Jewish communities --
Judaism in the Lycus Valley : the beginnings --
Laodicea as a Jewish Center --
Conflicts between Jews and Greeks --
Symbiosis of Jews and Greeks in the Imperial Period --
Pauline influence : Philemon and Colossians --
Persons and networks --
Paul's journeys in Asia minor --
The prosopography of Philemon and Colossians --
The network of churches and the Epistle to the Laodiceans --
Nympha of Laodicea --
First summary : social networks and Paul's authority --
The Epistle to Philemon --
Date --
The social status of Onesimus --
The religious service of Onesimus --
Second summary : symbiosis of Christians and Pagans --
The Epistle to the Colossians --
The Pseudepigraphic problem of Colossians --
Date --
Addressee and author --
Knowledge of Christ --
The christological Hymn --
The admonition against "philosophy" --
Angel worship --
Local color in the catalog of Vices --
Renewal and liberation --
Liturgical Hymns --
The domestic code and stabilization of the social order --
Mission through rhetoric --
Third summary : the quest for a Christian position in Colossians --
Summary regarding the Pauline Epistles --
The letter in the apocalypse of John --
Context --
Historical Imponderables --
Geographical setting. Philadelphia --
The Lukewarm Laodiceans --
Material prosperity and self-righteousness --
Pure gold --
White robes --
Eye salve --
Invitation to a banquet --
Christian participation in God's dominion --
Summary : local color and open questions --
Philip and his daughters --
John and Philip : apostolic competition in the Lycus Valley? --
Laodicea in the Acts of John --
Early references to Philip in Hierapolis --
The daughters of Philip : prophecies from Hierapolis --
Divergent traditions --
The prophetic activity of the daughters of Philip --
The institutionalized prophets of Apollo --
Competing kinds of prophecy? --
The message of Philip's daughters : miracle stories --
Pagan miracle stories --
Rival tombs --
Summary : vague memories of a Holy Family --
Papias and Apollinaris : bishops in Hierapolis --
Bishop Papias : a separate Christian path? --
Historical placement --
The Judas tradition --
The work and its sources --
The problem of oral tradition --
Eschatology --
The Hebrew Ur-Matthew --
Bishop Apollinarius : conflict resolution through communication --
The rain and lightning miracle --
Chronological placement and catalog of works --
The apology --
Against the Hellenes --
Against the Jews --
On the Paschal feast --
On truth --
Against the Montanists --
The plague --
Summary : defining the place of Papias and Apollinarius --
Institutionalization : clerical offices, synods, and councils --
Processes of institutionalization --
Early bishops and the institutionalization of the clergy --
The potential for communication in the pre-constantinian era --
Administrative consideration --
The synod of ancyra (314) --
The council of nicea --
The participants --
The date of easter --
Metropolitan privileges --
Christological conflicts after nicea --
The Synod of Laodicea --
Province and Diocese --
The date of the Synod --
The decisions --
The 5th-century councils --
The first council of Ephesus (431) and the competition between Laodicea and Hierapolis --
The second council of Ephesus (449) --
The council of Chalcedon --
Summary : conflict resolution through institutions --
Persecution and legends --
Persecution in the Lycus Valley --
Byzantine accounts of Martyrdom in the Apostolic Age --
Sagaris --
Christians or Crypto-Christians : Pre-Constantinian inscriptions --
Persecutions and lists of Martyrs --
The legends of the saints : genesis and impact --
Trophimus and Thallus --
Artemon : an itinerant legend --
The Acts of Philip --
The legend of St. Michael from Colossae/Chonae --
Legend and cult --
Summary : legends in differing contexts --
Conclusion : communitization and the search for a standpoint --
Christian communities in the Lycus Valley : socialization and communitization --
Search for a standpoint --
Sources and bibliography --
Sources --
Bibliography --
Indexes --
Persons --
Places / geographical terms --
Subjects --
Passages --
Old Testament --
New Testament --
Apocryphal works --
Talmud --
Legal texts --
Acts of councils / Canon law --
Ancient, Byzantine, and Medieval authors and works --
Inscriptions --
Clergy and functionaries (prosopographic index).
Series Title: Ancient Judaism and early Christianity, v. 85.; Ancient Judaism and early Christianity., Early Christianity in Asia Minor ;, v. 1.
Responsibility: by Ulrich Huttner ; translation by David Green.

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