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A community of interpretation: the use of 1 Corinthians 2.6-16 by Early Christians

Abstract:

While ancient historians create and study surveys of extant literature to determine what texts form the core of Graeco-Roman literate education, biblical scholars have not used this approach to examine what scriptural texts might make up the core of early Christian teaching and formation. Based on a comprehensive survey of the Pauline epistles referenced in early Christian texts up to the time of Constantine, this paper aims to begin to remedy deficiencies in questions about early Christian ...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, HUM, Theology Faculty, Theology and Religion Faculty
Publisher:
Peeters Publishers Publisher's website
Volume:
11: Biblica, Philosophica, Theologica, Ethica
Pages:
69-80
Host title:
Studia Patristica: Papers Presented at the Sixteenth International Conference on Patristic Studies Held in Oxford 2011
Publication date:
2013-07-04
URN:
uuid:acc88f6b-2448-4a5c-aee5-c5ff7a7fea2f
Source identifiers:
608877
Local pid:
pubs:608877
ISBN-10:
9042929960
ISBN-13:
9789042929968
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