Δευτέρα, 4 Απριλίου 2016

Στο τρέχον τεύχος του JECH / In the current issue of JECH

Journal of Early Christian History 5:1 (2015)

  • Chris L. De Wet, "Is ancient history a lazy slave? a brief musing on neoliberalism, social utility, and study of early christianity - part 1 : editorial," 103 (abstract)
  • Cornelis Bennema, "Early christian identity formation amidst conflict," 26-48 (abstract)
  • Elma Cornelius, "Does virginity still matter in the modern world? Virginity and the denial of marriage in the Acts of Paul and Thecla," 49-71 (abstract)
  • Jennifer A. Glancy, "The utility of an Apostle : on Philemon 11," 72-86 (abstract)
  • Joseph A. Marchal, "The exceptional proves who rules : imperial sexual exceptionalism in and around Paul's letters," 87-115 (abstract)
  • Jennifer Slater, "'Inclusiveness' - an authentic biblical truth that negates distinctions : a hermeneutic of gender incorporation and onto logical equality in ancient christian thought," 116-131 (abstract)
  • Michael Strickland, "The integration of oral and written Jesus tradition in the early church," 132-143 (abstract)

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