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Acts in its ancient literary context : a classicist looks at the Acts of the Apostles / Loveday C.A. Alexander.

By: Alexander, Loveday.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Early Christianity in context ; Library of New Testament studies 298. Publisher: New York : T & T Clark International, c2005Description: xi, 290 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0567082091.Subject(s): Bible N.T Acts -- Criticism, interpretation, etc
Contents:
On a Roman bookstall : reading Acts in its ancient literary context -- Preface to Acts and the historians -- Acts and ancient intellectual biography -- 'In journeyings often' : voyaging in the Acts of the Apostles and in Greek romance -- Narrative maps : reflections on the toponomy of Acts -- Fact, fiction and the genre of Acts -- New Testament narrative and ancient epic -- Acts of the Apostles as an apologetic text -- Reading Luke-Acts from back to front -- Septuaginta, fachprosa, imitatio : Albert Wifstrand and the language of Luke-Acts.
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BS 2625.25 .A44 2005 (Browse shelf) Available 30092100950139
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-271) and indexes.

On a Roman bookstall : reading Acts in its ancient literary context -- Preface to Acts and the historians -- Acts and ancient intellectual biography -- 'In journeyings often' : voyaging in the Acts of the Apostles and in Greek romance -- Narrative maps : reflections on the toponomy of Acts -- Fact, fiction and the genre of Acts -- New Testament narrative and ancient epic -- Acts of the Apostles as an apologetic text -- Reading Luke-Acts from back to front -- Septuaginta, fachprosa, imitatio : Albert Wifstrand and the language of Luke-Acts.

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