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Memory, tradition, and text : uses of the past in early Christianity / edited by Alan Kirk and Tom Thatcher.

Publication:
Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2005.
Series:
Semeia studies (Brill Academic Publishers) ; no. 52.
Semeia studies
Format/Description:
Book
ix, 282 p. ; 25 cm.
Subjects:
Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600.
Christianity -- Origin.
Memory.
Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Contents:
Social and cultural memory / Alan Kirk
Jesus tradition as social memory / Alan Kirk and Tom Thatcher
Christian origins: historical truth and social memory / Barry Schwartz
Prominent patterns in the social memory of Jesus and friends / Richard A. Horsley
Why John wrote a gospel: memory and history in an early Christian community / Tom Thatcher
The story of "the woman who anointed Jesus" as social memory: a methodological proposal for the study of tradition as memory / Holly Hearon
The locus for death: social memory and the passion narratives / Arthur J. Dewey
Christian collective memory and Paul's knowledge of Jesus / Georgia Masters Keightley
Collective memory and Hebrews 11: outlining a new investigative framework
Philip F. Esler
Early Jewish birth prophecy stories and women's social memory / Antoinette Clark Wire
The memory of violence and the death of Jesus in Q / Alan Kirk
Reading the Gospel of Thomas as a repository of early Christian communal memory / April D. DeConick
The works of memory: Christian origins as mnemohistory-a response / Werner H. Kelber
Jesus in first-century memory-a response / Barry Schwartz.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 263-279).
Contributor:
Kirk, Alan (Alan K.)
Thatcher, Tom, 1967-
ISBN:
9004137602
OCLC:
59879450
Publisher Number:
9789004137608
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