The early Christians in Ephesus from Paul to Ignatius / Paul Trebilco.

By: Trebilco, Paul R
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 2007Description: xxiv, 826 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 9780802807694; 0802807690Subject(s): Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600 | Ephesus (Extinct city) -- Church history | Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etcLOC classification: BR1085.E65 | T74 2007
Contents:
The context -- Paul in Ephesus : the evidence of his letters -- Acts and the early Christians in Ephesus : beginnings and success -- Acts and the early Christians in Ephesus : endings and departure -- What do the Pastoral Epistles tell us about the early Christians in Ephesus? -- What do the Johannine Letters tell us about the early Christians in Ephesus? -- Revelation 2:1-7 : the proclamation to the church in Ephesus and the Nicolaitans -- The wider culture and the readers of the Pastorals, the Johannine Letters and Revelation : acculturation, assimilation and accommodation -- Material possessions and the readers of the Pastorals, the Johannine Letters and Revelation -- Leadership and authority and the readers of the Pastoral Epistles, the Johannine Letters and Revelation -- The role of women among the readers of the Pastoral Epistles, the Johannine Letters and Revelation -- What shall we call each other? The issue of self-designation in the Pastoral Epistles, the Johannine Letters and Revelation -- The relationships between traditions and communities in Ephesus -- Who are the addressees of Ignatius' letter to Ephesus? -- Ignatius and additional facets of the life of the Christians in Ephesus.
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Originally published by: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2004.

German edition published in the series: Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament, 166.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [719]-771) and indexes.

The context -- Paul in Ephesus : the evidence of his letters -- Acts and the early Christians in Ephesus : beginnings and success -- Acts and the early Christians in Ephesus : endings and departure -- What do the Pastoral Epistles tell us about the early Christians in Ephesus? -- What do the Johannine Letters tell us about the early Christians in Ephesus? -- Revelation 2:1-7 : the proclamation to the church in Ephesus and the Nicolaitans -- The wider culture and the readers of the Pastorals, the Johannine Letters and Revelation : acculturation, assimilation and accommodation -- Material possessions and the readers of the Pastorals, the Johannine Letters and Revelation -- Leadership and authority and the readers of the Pastoral Epistles, the Johannine Letters and Revelation -- The role of women among the readers of the Pastoral Epistles, the Johannine Letters and Revelation -- What shall we call each other? The issue of self-designation in the Pastoral Epistles, the Johannine Letters and Revelation -- The relationships between traditions and communities in Ephesus -- Who are the addressees of Ignatius' letter to Ephesus? -- Ignatius and additional facets of the life of the Christians in Ephesus.

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