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The Book of Acts (Fortress Classics In Biblical Studies Series)

Martin Dibelius

The Book of Acts (Fortress Classics In Biblical Studies Series)

Martin Dibelius

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Editor's ForewordAcknowledgmentsAbbreviationsPART I: HISTORY AND STYLE IN ACTS 1.Acts In The Setting Of The History Of Early Christian Literature 2.The First Christian Historian 3.The Book Of Acts As An Historical Source 4.Style Criticism Of The Book Of Acts 5.The Speeches In Acts And Ancient Historiography PART II: PAUL AND PETER IN THE BOOK OF ACTS 6.Paul In The Book Of Acts 7.Paul On The Areopagus 8.Paul In Athens 9.The Apostolic Council 10.The Conversion Of Cornelius PART III: THE TEXT OF ACTS 11.The Text Of Acts NotesBibliographySelect Bibliography On The Book Of ActsIndex Of AuthorsIndex Of Ancient Sources

- Publisher This volume brings together some of Dibelius's most important work. While he is especially renowned for his commentaries, Dibelius was on the forefront of literary analysis, the relationship of theology to literary artistry, and the importance of contemporary Greco-Roman history for the analysis of the book of Acts. As an aid to students, each essay has been supplemented with additional notes and bibliography to show where the discussion has continued since Dibelius. This will provide an excellent supplementary textbook for courses on the New Testament or the Bible.

- Publisher - Provides a fresh perspective on the Book of Acts- Editor's foreword highlights the importance of Dibelius's work- Includes updated notes and bibliographies- Indexes of ancient sources and authors

- Publisher

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Editor's ForewordAcknowledgmentsAbbreviationsPART I: HISTORY AND STYLE IN ACTS 1.Acts In The Setting Of The History Of Early Christian Literature 2.The First Christian Historian 3.The Book Of Acts As An Historical Source 4.Style Criticism Of The Book Of Acts 5.The Speeches In Acts And Ancient Historiography PART II: PAUL AND PETER IN THE BOOK OF ACTS 6.Paul In The Book Of Acts 7.Paul On The Areopagus 8.Paul In Athens 9.The Apostolic Council 10.The Conversion Of Cornelius PART III: THE TEXT OF ACTS 11.The Text Of Acts NotesBibliographySelect Bibliography On The Book Of ActsIndex Of AuthorsIndex Of Ancient Sources
- Publisher

This volume brings together some of Dibelius's most important work. While he is especially renowned for his commentaries, Dibelius was on the forefront of literary analysis, the relationship of theology to literary artistry, and the importance of contemporary Greco-Roman history for the analysis of the book of Acts. As an aid to students, each essay has been supplemented with additional notes and bibliography to show where the discussion has continued since Dibelius. This will provide an excellent supplementary textbook for courses on the New Testament or the Bible.
- Publisher

- Provides a fresh perspective on the Book of Acts- Editor's foreword highlights the importance of Dibelius's work- Includes updated notes and bibliographies- Indexes of ancient sources and authors
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Martin Dibelius

Martin Dibelius (1883-1947) was professor of New Testament at the University of Heidelberg, Germany, and one of the most important biblical scholars of the twentieth century. Among his many publications in English are From Tradition to Gospel (1934), Gospel Criticism and Christology (1935), A Fresh Approach to the New Testament and Early Christian Literature (1936), The Sermon on the Mount (1940), Jesus (1949), Paul (1953), The Pastoral Epistles (Hermeneia; Fortress Press, 1972), and James (Hermeneia; Fortress Press, 1976).

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