ACTS - AN EARTH BIBLE COMMENTARY : about earth's children. (Book, 2021) [WorldCat.org]
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ACTS - AN EARTH BIBLE COMMENTARY : about earth's children.

Author: MICHAEL TRAINOR
Publisher: [S.l.] : BLOOMSBURY T & T CLARK, 2021.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: MICHAEL TRAINOR
ISBN: 0567703770 9780567703774
OCLC Number: 1245473886
Contents: AbbreviationsList of FiguresList of PhotosList of MapsIntroduction: Situating the Acts of the ApostlesPART IChapter 1. Acts 1.1-5. An Ecological Orientation Chapter 2. Acts 1.6-11. The Ecological Mission Chapter 3. Acts 1.12-2.47. The Ecologically Renewed Household Chapter 4. Acts 3.1-6.7. The Fruitfulness of Earth's Children Chapter 5. Acts 6.8-8.1a. Earth's Presence in Stephen's Story of Israel PART IIChapter 6. Acts 8.1b-9.31. Water and Earth Chapter 7. Acts 9.32-11.18. Earth's Linen Sheet Chapter 8. Acts 11.19-14.28. Earth's Interconnectivity and the God of Creation Chapter 9. Acts 15.1-16.40. Earth Acts at Philippi Chapter 10. Acts 17.1-18.1. The God of Life and Breath Chapter 11. Acts 18.2-20.12. The Artisan, Artemis and the Lord's Supper Chapter 12. Acts 20.13-26.32. Earth's Child identifies with Earth's Children PART III Chapter 13. Acts 27.1-28.31. The Final Voyage towards Rome and Earth's 'End' PART IV Conclusion: Luke's Ecological Resonances in Acts Bibliography Index of Authors Index of References

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Using intertextuality to interpret basileia-ecotopia units in Acts, Michael Trainor exhibits the voice and presence of Earth in the foundational account of the spread of the Jesus movement "to the Read more...

 
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