The Missions of James, Peter, and Paul

The Missions of James, Peter, and Paul : Tensions in Early Christianity

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The Missions of James, Peter, and Paul comprises studies that investigate in what ways the missions of the three most important interpreters of Jesus agreed or differed in matters of ideology, theology, and practice. Of great importance is the question of how closely aligned these figures were to the Jewish matrix out of which their faith and theology emerged. These studies investigate every aspect of this difficult and complex question, including aspects of archaeology, literary sources, and social context.
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  • Hardback | 536 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 39.88mm | 971g
  • Leiden, Netherlands
  • English
  • 9004141618
  • 9789004141612

Table of contents

CONTENTS
Preface
Abbreviations
Contributors
PART ONEJAMES AND PETER
BRUCE CHILTON, James, Peter, Paul, and the Formation of the Gospels
PETER H. DAVIDS, James and Peter: The Literary Evidence
MARKUS BOCKMUEHL, Simon Peter and Bethsaida
RICHARD J. BAUCKHAM, James, Peter, and the Gentiles
JOHN PAINTER, James and Peter: Models of Leadership and Mission
CRAIG A. EVANS, A Fishing Boat, a House, and an Ossuary:
What Can We Learn from the Artifacts?
PART TWO
JAMES AND PAUL
JOHN PAINTER , The Power of Words: Rhetoric in James and Paul
JACOB NEUSNER, What, Exactly, Is Israel's Gentile Problem?
Rabbinic Perspectives on Galatians 2
BRUCE CHILTON, Wisdom and Grace
WIARD POPKES, Leadership: James, Paul, and their Contemporary Background
PETER H. DAVIDS, The Test of Wealth in James and Paul
MARIANNE SAWICKI, Person or Practice? Judging in James and in Paul
JACOB NEUSNER, Sin, Repentance, Atonement, and Resurrection:
The Perspective of Rabbinic Theology on the Views of
James 1-2 and Paul in Romans 3-4
PETER H. DAVIDS, Why Do We Suffer? Suffering in James and Paul
ITHAMAR GRUENWALD, Ritualizing Death in James and Paul in Light of Jewish Apocalypticism
BRUCE CHILTION, Conclusions and Questions
Index of Biblical Literature
Index of Modern Authors
Index of Subjects and Figures
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About Bruce D. Chilton

Bruce Chilton is on the faculty of Bard College and directs the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, USA.
Craig Evans is on the faculty of Acadia Divinity College and, in the capacity of adjunct, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada.
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