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Justin Martyr and his worlds

Author: Sara Parvis; Paul Foster
Publisher: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Justin Martyr and His Worlds presents a solid, state-of-the-art study of the great apologist, teacher, and martyr and his influential engagement with Gnostic Christianity, Judaism, and the Roman Empire. Ideal as a text in upper-level and graduate courses.
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Genre/Form: Edinburgh (2006)
Named Person: Justin, Martyr Saint.; Iustinus, Martyr.; Justin, Martyr Saint.
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sara Parvis; Paul Foster
ISBN: 9780800662127 0800662121
OCLC Number: 85623616
Description: xv, 246 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. (chiefly col.), map ; 24 cm.
Contents: Justin scholarship : trends and trajectories / Michael Slusser --
Justin, philosopher and martyr : the posthumous creation of the Second apology / Paul Parvis --
The Rescript of Hadrian / Denis Minns --
Justin and his Bible / Oskar Skarsaune --
Justin and Israelite prophecy / Bruce Chilton --
Was John's Gospel among Justin's Apostolic memoirs? / C.E. Hill --
Interpreting the descent of the Spirit : a comparison of Justin's Dialogue with Trypho and Luke-Acts / Susan Wendel --
The relationship between the writings of Justin Martyr and the so-called Gospel of Peter / Paul Foster --
Justin Martyr and the apologetic tradition / Sara Parvis --
"Jesus" as God's name, and Jesus as God's embodied name in Justin Martyr / Larry W. Hurtado --
Altercatio Jasonis et Papisci as a testimony source for Justin's "second God" argument? / Will Rutherford --
Justin and the Pontic wolf / Sebastian Moll --
Questions liturgists would like to ask Justin Martyr / Colin Buchanan --
Justin and Hellenism : some postcolonial perspectives / Rebecca Lyman.
Responsibility: edited by Sara Parvis and Paul Foster.
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