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Acts of Paul and Thecla WUNT/2 270 A Critical Introduction and Commentary

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Title: Acts of Paul and Thecla WUNT/2 270 A ...

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

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Sometime in the second century, an early Christian text began to circulate called the Acts of Paul and Thecla. Since then, the tale of the apostle Paul, along with his strong heroine coworker named Thecla, has received much attention as an independent source of information about earliest Christianity for what it might tell us about the role of women in ministry and the relationship women may have had to Paul in his missionary activities. In this volume, Jeremy W. Barrier provides a critical introduction and commentary on the Acts of Paul and Thecla, to serve as a user-friendly starting point for anyone interested in entering into the many discussions and academic writings surrounding the Acts of Paul and Thecla. Apart from a critical text with English translation, followed by textual notes and general comments, the author also offers an extensive introduction to the text. Bookseller Inventory # BARPAULAN

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Synopsis: Sometime in the second century, an early Christian text began to circulate called the Acts of Paul and Thecla . Since then, the tale of the apostle Paul, along with his strong heroine co-worker named Thecla, has received much attention as an independent source of information about earliest Christianity for what it might tell us about the role of women in ministry and the relationship women may have had to Paul in his missionary activities. In this volume, Jeremy W. Barrier provides a critical introduction and commentary on the Acts of Paul and Thecla , to serve as a user-friendly starting point for anyone interested in entering into the many discussions and academic writings surrounding the Acts of Paul and Thecla . Apart from a critical text with English translation, followed by textual notes and general comments, the author also offers an extensive introduction to the text.

About the Author: Jeremy W. Barrier, Born 1979; BA in Mathematics and Natural Science; MA in New Testament from Freed-Hardeman University; 2008 PhD from Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University; Assistant Professor in Biblical Literature at Heritage Christian University, Florence, AL.

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