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Last Name
LONGENECKER & LIEBENGOOD
First Name
Bruce W.& Kelly D., eds.
Title
Engaging Economics: New Testament Scenarios and Early Christian Reception
Publisher
Wm. B. Eerdmans
Year
2009
Group
JCR3
Comments
Amazon Review/s

Contents: Methodological issues in using economic evidence in interpretation of early Christian texts / Peter Oakes -- New Testament scenarios -- Money matters: economic relations and the transformation of value in early Christianity / Stephen C. Barton -- Jesus, virtuoso religion, and the community of goods / Brian J. Capper -- The spirit and the "other, " Satan and the "self": economic ethics as a consequence of identity transformation in Luke-Acts / Aaron J. Kuecker -- Agrarian discourse and the sayings of Jesus: "measure for measure" in Gospel traditions and agricultural practices / John S. Kloppenborg -- Is God Paul's patron? The economy of patronage in Pauline theology / David J. Downs -- The economics of humility: the rich and the humble in James / Mariam Kamell -- Aliens and strangers? The socioeconomic location of the addressees of 1 Peter / David G. Horrell -- The poor of Galatians 2:10: the interpretative paradigm of the first four centuries / Bruce W. Longenecker -- Tertullian on widows: a North African appropriation of Pauline household economics / David E. Wilhite -- Critiquing Rome's economy: Revelation and its reception in the Apostolic Fathers / Grant Macaskill -- By almsgiving and faith sins are purged? The theological underpinnings of early Christian care for the poor / Christopher M. Hays -- Zacchaeus's half: ascetical economy in the Syriac Book of steps / Robert A. Kitchen -- Afterword / Bruce W. Longenecker.

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