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Reading acts in the discourses of masculinity and politics

Author: Eric D Barreto
Publisher: New York Bloomsbury [2017]
Series: The Library of New Testament studies, 559
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Eric D Barreto
ISBN: 9780567668127 0567668126
OCLC Number: 973177549
Accession No: (DE-604)BV044017604
Description: xvii, 186 pages
Contents: List of Contributors 1. Introduction, the Editors Warts and All? Acts in the Discourses of Masculinity 2. The Language of Gender in Acts Christina Petterson, Humboldt Universitat, Germany 3. Taking the Measure of Masculinities in the Book of Acts Colleen Conway, Seton Hall University, USA 4. Contextualizing Masculinity in the Book of Acts: Peter and Paul as Test Cases Brittany E. Wilson, Duke University, USA 5. Making Jewish Men in a Greco-Roman World: Masculinity and the Circumcision of Timothy in Acts 16:1-5 Christopher Stroup, Boston University, USA Empowering, Engaging, or Distancing? Acts in the Discourses of Politics 6. The State They Were In: Luke's View of the Roman Empire Steve Walton, St Mary's University, UK 7. Who Speaks For (or Against) Rome? Acts in Relation to Empire Matthew L. Skinner, Luther Seminary, St Paul, USA 8. Paul and Roman Law: The Luck of the Draw Bruce W. Winter, Queensland Theological College, Australia 9. Empowering, Empire-ing or Engaging? Acts in the Discourse of Politics: A Response Mikeal C. Parsons, Baylor University, USA 10. Turning the Empire Upside Down: A Response Barbara Rossing, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, USA 11. Afterword, the Editors Bibliography Index
Series Title: The Library of New Testament studies, 559
Responsibility: edited by Eric D. Barreto, Matthew L. Skinner, and Steve Walton.

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These essays will be essential reading for anyone wishing to understand masculinity and politics in relation to the study of the book of Acts. * Biblical Theology Bulletin *

 
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