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An introduction to empire in the New Testament

Author: Adam Winn
Publisher: Atlanta : SBL Press, 2016.
Series: Resources for biblical study, no. 84.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explore how empire is a crucial foreground for reading and interpreting the New Testament In the last three decades, significant attention has been given to the way in which New Testament texts engage and respond to the imperial world in which they were written. The purpose of the present volume is to introduce students and non-specialists to the growing subfield of New Testament studies known as empire studies.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Introduction to empire in the New Testament.
Atlanta : SBL Press, 2016
(DLC) 2016012120
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Adam Winn
ISBN: 9783476000156 347600015X 9780884141518 0884141519
OCLC Number: 945571271
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Striking back at the empire: empire theory and responses to empire in the New Testament / Adam Winn --
Peace, security, and propaganda: advertisement and reality in the early Roman Empire / Bruce W. Longenecker --
Jesus-in-Movement and the Roman imperial (dis)order / Richard A. Horsley --
An imperial-critical reading of Matthew / Warren Carter --The Gospel of Mark: a response to imperial propaganda / Adam Winn --
Crafting colonial identities: hybridity and the Roman Empire in Luke-Acts / Eric D. Barreto --
The fourth gospel, romanization, and the role of women / Beth M. Sheppard --
Paul and Empire 1: Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians / Neil Elliot --
Paul and empire 2: negotiating the seduction of imperial "peace and security" in Galatians, Thessalonians, and Philippians / James R. Harrison --
Colossians, Ephesians, and empire / Harry O. Maier --
Construing and containing an imperial Paul: rhetoric and the politics of representation in the pastoral epistles / Deborah Krause --
Resisting empire in Hebrews / Jason A. Whitlark --
Empire in James: the crown of life / Matthew Ryan Hauge --
Confronting Roman imperial claims: following the footsteps (and the narrative) of 1 Peter's eschatological Davidic shepher / Kelly D. Liebengood --
Victory and visibility: revelation's imperial textures and monumental logics / Davina C. Lopez.
Series Title: Resources for biblical study, no. 84.
Responsibility: edited by Adam Winn.

Abstract:

Explore how empire is a crucial foreground for reading and interpreting the New Testament In the last three decades, significant attention has been given to the way in which New Testament texts engage and respond to the imperial world in which they were written. The purpose of the present volume is to introduce students and non-specialists to the growing subfield of New Testament studies known as empire studies. Contributors seek to make readers aware of the significant work that has already been produced, while also pointing them to new ways in which this field is moving forward.

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