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The first Christian historian : writing the 'Acts of the Apostles'

Author: Daniel Marguerat
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge Univ. Press, 2002.
Series: Society for New Testament Studies, 121.; Society for the Study of the New Testament.; Monograph series
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. publ
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Luke is considered the first historian of Christianity, but his reliability is vigorously disputed among scholars. Daniel Marguerat avoids this true/false quagmire by setting his evaluation of Luke's  Read more...

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Named Person: Lukas; Lukas
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Marguerat
ISBN: 0521816505 9780521816502
OCLC Number: 264998261
Description: XII, 299 Seiten.
Contents: 1. How Luke wrote history; 2. A narrative of beginnings; 3. The unity of Luke-Acts: the task of reading; 4. A Christianity between Jerusalem and Rome; 5. The God of Acts; 6. The work of the spirit; 7. Jews and Christians in conflict; 8. Ananias and Sapphira (Acts 5.1-11): the original sin; 9. Saul's conversion (Acts 9-22-26); 10. The enigma of the end of Acts (26.16-31); 11. Travels and travelers.
Series Title: Society for New Testament Studies, 121.; Society for the Study of the New Testament.; Monograph series
Other Titles: La pemière histoire du christianisme.
Responsibility: Daniel Marguerat.
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'This is a masterful, carefully written and well organised study, fully equal to the high standards already set by this series.' Contemporary Review 'Marguerat's proposals ... are uniformly Read more...

 
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