Hemeroteca

Journal of Early Christian History
Número 1/2 (2011)
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Memory and identity in early Christianity: introduction: editorial

Botha, Pieter J.J.
Kartzow, Marianne Bjelland

1–8

Gossip in John's Gospel and the social processing of Jesus' identity

Daniels, John W.

9–29

Comparing methodological starting-points in the study of religion

Dijkhuizen, Petra

30–54

Uses of the technical language of tradition for constructing memory and identity in early Christian communities

Hearon, Holly E.

55–70

Viewing some aspects of contemporary religion in South Africa from the perspective of memory

Jacobs, Maretha M.

71–90

A monument to suffering: 1 Thessalonians 2:14-6, dangerous memory, and Christian identity

Johnson-DeBaufre, Melanie

91–118

An intersectional approach to early Christian memory: the case of the Pastoral Epistles

Kartzow, Marianne Bjelland

119–134

God as the great parasite? Ideology and ethics in interpretations of the parables

Martinsen, Anders

135–151

Identity, memory and scriptural warrant: arguing Paul's case

Punt, Jeremy

152–173

Paul and the making of a Christian empire

Wet, Chris L. de

174–188

The arrival motif of Malachi's eschatological figures in the Gospel of Luke

Lee, Paul B.

189–204

Acta-forschung - quo vadis? Acht neue Studien - Darstellung und Würdigung

Stenschke, Christoph W.

205–242

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