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The literary function of possessions in Luke-Acts

Author: Luke Timothy Johnson
Publisher: Missoula, Mont. : Published by Scholars Press for the Society of Biblical Literature, ©1977.
Series: Dissertation series (Society of Biblical Literature), no. 39.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Luke Timothy Johnson
ISBN: 089130200X 9780891302001
OCLC Number: 3327240
Notes: Originally presented as the author's thesis, Yale, 1976.
Description: viii, 241 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. A. Possessions in Acts 9-28 --
B. Possessions in Acts 1-8 --
C. The men of the Spirit in Acts --
Peter and the apostles --
Stephen --
Philip --
Barnabas and Paul --
D. Jesus as the model for the apostles in Acts --
E. Moses as the model of the prophet --
F. Conclusions to chapter one --
2. A. Luke 24:19ff --
B. Luke 2:25-35 --
C. Luke 4:16ff --
D. Luke 7:1-8:3 --
E. Luke 9-19 --
F. Luke 19:45-23:49 --
G. Conclusions to chapters one and two 3. A. The rich and the poor --
B. The role of possessions in response to God's visitation --
C. Possessions as metaphor for human relations --
D. Possessions and the twelve --
Community of goods before Pentecost? --
Possessions and the sending of the twelve and seventy-(two) --
The authority of the twelve and the overseeing of property --
Two parables of power and property --
E. Conclusions to chapter three --
4. A. The election of Matthias (1:12-26) --
B. The first description of community life (2:41-47) --
C. The healing of the lame man (3:1-10) --
D. The second description of community life / Ananias and Sapphira (4:32-5:11) --
The context --
The passages --
E. The appointment of the seven (6:1-7) --
F. The story of Simon Magus (8:9-240 --
G. The collection for Jerusalem (11:27-30; 12:25) --
H. Conclusions to chapter four.
Series Title: Dissertation series (Society of Biblical Literature), no. 39.
Responsibility: by Luke Timothy Johnson.

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