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Bibil Identifier bibil:224218
Publication Type Journal article
Title (German, Long) "... sandten die Apostel zu ihnen Petrus und Johannes" (Apg 8,10). Überörtliche Verbindungen der urchristlichen Gemeinden in der Darstellung der Apostelgeschichte des Lukas
Author Stenschke, Christoph
Journal Ephemerides theologicae Lovanienses. Louvain Journal of Theology and Canon Law (Volume: 87, Issue: 4)
Year (Publication) 2011
Year (Original (1st Edition)) 2011
Year (Copyright) 2011
Year (Reference) 2011
Language German
Pages 433-453 Pages
Genre Original
Abstract In the context of the current discussion of similarities and differences between early Christian churches and the associations of the ancient world, translocal links between these communities play a significant role. Detailed surveys of the NT evidence are rare; examinations of such links in early Christianity usually focus on Pauline literature. This article examines the portrayal of translocal links in early Christianity in the Book of Acts. After a brief survey of research on this comparison, the article will examine such translocal links in Acts 8f; 10–14; 15–16,1; Acts 16,6-28. They are shown to appear in the context of Paul’s ministry and have an important function in the purpose of Acts for placing Paul’s ministry in a larger context and providing legitimacy to Paul’s disputed mission. Acts suggests that such translocal links were a significant characteristic of early Christian communities. A final section addresses the historical reliability of the Lukan portrayal and argues for its historicity.
DOI 10.2143/ETL.87.4.2149598
Keywords Thesaurus BiBIL : Ancient Christianity : Themes : Community (Social Group)
Thesaurus BiBIL : Books of the New Testament : Acts of the Apostles
Pericopes Acts of the Apostles 8-9
Acts of the Apostles 10-14
Acts of the Apostles 15,1-16,5
Acts of the Apostles 16,6-28,30
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