Early Christian families in context : an interdisciplinary dialogue / edited by David L. Balch and Carolyn Osiek. [print]Material type: TextSeries: Religion, marriage, and family seriesPublication details: Grand Rapids, Michigan : William B. Eerdmans, [(c)2003. Description: xix, 412 pages, [8. pages of plates : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 080283986XSubject(s): Families -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History -- Congresses | Rome -- Social life and customs -- CongressesLOC classification: BR195.E275 2003BR195.F35.O82.E275 2003COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Archaeology of Domus and Insulae: Domus and Insulae in Rome: families and housefuls Andrew Wallace-Hadrill Material and social environment of Greco-Roman households in the East: the case of Hellenistic Delos Monika Trumper -- The problems of gendered space in Syro-Palestinian domestic architecture: the case of Roman period Galilee Eric M. Meyers Domestic values, equality, suffering: The language of equality in early Christian house churches: a constructivist approach Peter Lampe Paul's portrait of Christ crucified (Gal. 3:1) in light of paintings and sculptures of suffering and death in Pompeiian and Roman houses David L. Balch Women: Sex and the married woman in ancient Rome Suzanne Dixon Typical and atypical family dynamics, the cases of Babatha and Berenice Ross S. Kraemer Was Celsus right? The role of women in the expansion of early Christianity Margaret Y. MacDonald Women, slaves, and the economy of the Roman household r Richard Saller --
Slaves: Slave families and slaves in families Dale B. Martin -- The domestic enemy: a moral polarity of household slaves J. Albert Harrill Female slaves, porneia, and the limits of obedience Carolyn Osiek Children: Death, burial, and commeration of children in Roman Italy Beryl Rawson Desperately different? Delicia children in the Roman household Christian Laes Implications for theological education: Theological education, the Bible, and history: detente in the culture wars Amy-Jill Levine Theological education and the analogical imagination Timothy F. Sedgwick Why family matters for early Christian literature Margaret M. Mitchell -- Bibliography -- Acknowledgments -- Index of modern authors -- Index of scripture and other ancient literature.
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