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Subversive Meals

Hardback|Jun 2013
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Subversive Meals examines the Lord's Supper within the sociopolitical context of first-century Roman domination, and concludes that it was an anti-imperial praxis. Although the Christian communal meal looked much like a typical Roman banquet in structure, with a deipnon and...


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Subversive Meals examines the Lord's Supper within the sociopolitical context of first-century Roman domination, and concludes that it was an anti-imperial praxis. Although the Christian communal meal looked much like a typical Roman banquet in structure, with a deipnon and a symposion, it was essentially different. The Roman meal supported the empire's ideology, honored Caesar and the gods, reinforced stratification among the masses, and upheld Rome's right to rule the world. The Christian meal, on the other hand, included hymns that extolled Jesus as Lord, prophecies that challenged Rome's ideological claims, and letters--read aloud--that promoted egalitarianism and instructed believers on how to live according to kingdom of God principles. Hence, the Christian banquet was an act of nonviolent resistance, or what James C. Scott calls a hidden transcript.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 394922
  • Product Code 9781620320181
  • ISBN 1620320185
  • EAN 9781620320181
  • Pages 340
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Pickwick Publications
  • Publication Date Jun 2013
  • Sales Rank 84283
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 18mm
  • Weight 0.458kg

R Alan Streett

R. Alan Streett, Ph.D., a former pastor and church planter, is Chairman and Professor of Evangelism at The Criswell College (Dallas, Texas), and also serves as Editor of the Criswell Theological Review.

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