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The New Testament in cross-cultural perspective / Richard L. Rohrbaugh. [print]

By: Rohrbaugh, Richard L, 1936- [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Matrix : the Bible in Mediterranean contextPublication details: Eugene, Oregon : Cascade, [(c)2007. Description: xv, 211 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781597528276; 1597528277Subject(s): Bible. New Testament -- Social scientific criticism | Bible. Gospels -- Criticism, interpretation, etc | Jesus Christ | Social scientific criticism of sacred worksLOC classification: BS2545.N498 2007BS2545.S55.R739.N498 2007COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Hermeneutics as cross-cultural encounter: obstacles to understanding Jesus: village artisan Luke's Jesus: honor claimed, honor tested Semiotic behavior in Luke and John What did Jesus know about himself and when did he know it? ; Zacchaeus: defender of the honor of Jesus A dysfunctional family and its neighbors: Luke 15:11-32 A peasant reading of the parable of the talents/pounds: a text of terror? ; Gossip in the New Testament The preindustrial city in Luke-Acts: urban social relations: a study of Luke 14:15-24 What's the matter with Nicodemus? A social science perspective on John 3:1-21.
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Hermeneutics as cross-cultural encounter: obstacles to understanding Jesus: village artisan Luke's Jesus: honor claimed, honor tested Semiotic behavior in Luke and John What did Jesus know about himself and when did he know it? ; Zacchaeus: defender of the honor of Jesus A dysfunctional family and its neighbors: Luke 15:11-32 A peasant reading of the parable of the talents/pounds: a text of terror? ; Gossip in the New Testament The preindustrial city in Luke-Acts: urban social relations: a study of Luke 14:15-24 What's the matter with Nicodemus? A social science perspective on John 3:1-21.

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