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The Resource The first urban churches, edited by James R. Harrison and L.L. Welborn

The first urban churches, edited by James R. Harrison and L.L. Welborn

Label
The first urban churches
Title
The first urban churches
Statement of responsibility
edited by James R. Harrison and L.L. Welborn
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This collection of essays examines the urban context of early Christian churches in the first-century Roman world. A city-by-city investigation of the early churches in the New Testament clarifies the challenges, threats, and opportunities that urban living provided for early Christians. Readers will come away with a better understanding of how scholars assemble an accurate picture of the cities in which the first Christians flourished--Publisher's website
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
BV637
LC item number
.F57 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1952-
  • 1953-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Harrison, James R.
  • Welborn, L. L.
Series statement
Society of Biblical Literature. Writings from the Greco-Roman world supplement series
Series volume
number 7, 8, 9
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • City churches
  • Church history
  • Cities and towns
  • Church history
  • Cities and towns
  • City churches
  • Frühchristentum
  • Kirchengemeinde
  • Stadt
  • Römisches Reich
Label
The first urban churches, edited by James R. Harrison and L.L. Welborn
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Epigraphy and the study of Polis and Ekklēsia in the Greco-Roman world
  • Paul Trebilco
  • Gaia, Polis, and Ekklēsia at the Miletus Market Gate : an eco-critical reimagination of Revelation 12:16
  • Brigitte Kahl
  • Coinage and colonial identity : Corinthian numismatics and the Corinthian correspondence
  • Bradley J. Bitner
  • The Polis and the poor : reconstructing social relations from different genres of evidence
  • L.L. Welborn
  • Methodological considerations in using epigraphic evidence to determine the socioeconomic context of the early Christians
  • Julien M. Ogereau
  • v.1.
  • Urban portraits of the "barbarians" on the fringes of the Roman Empire : the archaeological numismatic, epigraphic, and iconographic evidence
  • James R. Harrison --
  • Methodological foundations.
  • The first urban churches : introduction
  • James R. Harrison.
  • Assessing the potential of archaeological discoveries for the interpretation of New Testament texts : the case of a gladiator fragment from Colossae and the letter to the Colossians
  • Alan Cadwallader
  • The city in Roman Egypt : the evidence of the papyri
  • Malcom Choat
  • Cavan Concannon
  • Between polis, oikos, and ekklesia : the challenge of negotiating the spirit world (1 Cor. 12:1-11)
  • Kathy Ehrensperger
  • Brother against brother : controversiae about inheritance disputes and 1 Corinthians 6:1-11
  • Michael Peppard
  • The changing rural horizons of Corinth's first urban Christians
  • David K. Pettegrew
  • Mixed-language inscribing at Roman Corinth
  • Bradley J. Bitner
  • "The God of this age" (2 Cor 4:4) and Paul's empire-resisting Gospel at Corinth
  • v.2.
  • Fredrick J. Long
  • Paul and the Agōnothetai at Corinth : engaging the civic values of antiquity
  • James R. Harrison --
  • Roman Corinth.
  • Introduction:
  • Excavating the urban life of Roman Corinth
  • James R. Harrison
  • Inequality in Roman Corinth : evidence from diverse sources evaluated by a neo-Ricardian model
  • L.L. Wellborn
  • Negotiating multiple modes of religion and identity in Roman Corinth
  • Acclaiming Artemis in Ephesus : political theologies in Acts 19
  • Bradley J. Bitner
  • The gladiator graveyard of Ephesus as evidence for the study of martyrdom
  • Mikael Haxby
  • [Ekklasia] in Ephesians as godlike in the heavens, in temple, in [gamos], and in armor : idealogy and iconography in Ephesus
  • Fredrick J. Long
  • From Zeus or by Endoios? : Acts 19:35 as a peculiar assessment of the Ephesian Artemis
  • Stephan Witetschek
  • Ephesian cultic officials, their benefactors, and the quest for civic virtue : Paul's alternative quest for status in the epistle to the Ephesians
  • James R. Harrison
  • v.3.
  • Ephesus and the numismatic background to [neokoros]
  • Michael P. Theophilos
  • Ephesus.
  • An epigraphic portrait of Ephesus and its villages
  • James R. Harrison
  • An Ephesian tale : mystery cults, reverse theological engineering, and the triumph of Christianity in Ephesus
  • Guy MacLean Rogers
  • The Jewish community in Ephesus and its interaction with Christ-believers in the first century CE and beyond
  • Paul Trebilco
Control code
911135010
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
volumes <1-2>
Isbn
9780884141112
Lccn
2015021858
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)911135010
Label
The first urban churches, edited by James R. Harrison and L.L. Welborn
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Epigraphy and the study of Polis and Ekklēsia in the Greco-Roman world
  • Paul Trebilco
  • Gaia, Polis, and Ekklēsia at the Miletus Market Gate : an eco-critical reimagination of Revelation 12:16
  • Brigitte Kahl
  • Coinage and colonial identity : Corinthian numismatics and the Corinthian correspondence
  • Bradley J. Bitner
  • The Polis and the poor : reconstructing social relations from different genres of evidence
  • L.L. Welborn
  • Methodological considerations in using epigraphic evidence to determine the socioeconomic context of the early Christians
  • Julien M. Ogereau
  • v.1.
  • Urban portraits of the "barbarians" on the fringes of the Roman Empire : the archaeological numismatic, epigraphic, and iconographic evidence
  • James R. Harrison --
  • Methodological foundations.
  • The first urban churches : introduction
  • James R. Harrison.
  • Assessing the potential of archaeological discoveries for the interpretation of New Testament texts : the case of a gladiator fragment from Colossae and the letter to the Colossians
  • Alan Cadwallader
  • The city in Roman Egypt : the evidence of the papyri
  • Malcom Choat
  • Cavan Concannon
  • Between polis, oikos, and ekklesia : the challenge of negotiating the spirit world (1 Cor. 12:1-11)
  • Kathy Ehrensperger
  • Brother against brother : controversiae about inheritance disputes and 1 Corinthians 6:1-11
  • Michael Peppard
  • The changing rural horizons of Corinth's first urban Christians
  • David K. Pettegrew
  • Mixed-language inscribing at Roman Corinth
  • Bradley J. Bitner
  • "The God of this age" (2 Cor 4:4) and Paul's empire-resisting Gospel at Corinth
  • v.2.
  • Fredrick J. Long
  • Paul and the Agōnothetai at Corinth : engaging the civic values of antiquity
  • James R. Harrison --
  • Roman Corinth.
  • Introduction:
  • Excavating the urban life of Roman Corinth
  • James R. Harrison
  • Inequality in Roman Corinth : evidence from diverse sources evaluated by a neo-Ricardian model
  • L.L. Wellborn
  • Negotiating multiple modes of religion and identity in Roman Corinth
  • Acclaiming Artemis in Ephesus : political theologies in Acts 19
  • Bradley J. Bitner
  • The gladiator graveyard of Ephesus as evidence for the study of martyrdom
  • Mikael Haxby
  • [Ekklasia] in Ephesians as godlike in the heavens, in temple, in [gamos], and in armor : idealogy and iconography in Ephesus
  • Fredrick J. Long
  • From Zeus or by Endoios? : Acts 19:35 as a peculiar assessment of the Ephesian Artemis
  • Stephan Witetschek
  • Ephesian cultic officials, their benefactors, and the quest for civic virtue : Paul's alternative quest for status in the epistle to the Ephesians
  • James R. Harrison
  • v.3.
  • Ephesus and the numismatic background to [neokoros]
  • Michael P. Theophilos
  • Ephesus.
  • An epigraphic portrait of Ephesus and its villages
  • James R. Harrison
  • An Ephesian tale : mystery cults, reverse theological engineering, and the triumph of Christianity in Ephesus
  • Guy MacLean Rogers
  • The Jewish community in Ephesus and its interaction with Christ-believers in the first century CE and beyond
  • Paul Trebilco
Control code
911135010
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
volumes <1-2>
Isbn
9780884141112
Lccn
2015021858
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)911135010

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