Christian Identity in the Jewish and Graeco-Roman World

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Index Of Ancient Authors and Sources
Authors and sources of whatever provenance are listed alphabetically. The following 'collections' of texts are grouped in their appropriate location with constituent texts listed alphabetically: Dead Sea Scrolls; Mishnah; Nag Hammadi Codices; New Testament; Old Testament and Apocrypha (as included in the NRSV). Since sequences of passages are often given to illustrate an argument, these are not all listed separately; only a selection of passages from footnotes are given.
Acts of John
94 291
Acts of Paul
53 96 , 203-5
Acts of Peter
2 171
Acts of Thomas
129 6
Aelius Aristides
Roman Oration
63 215
Apocalypse of Peter
2 173
4-5 171
Apollonius of Tyana
Epistles
71 150see also Philostratus
Apuleius
Golden Ass
VIII. 24-30 188
Aristeas, Letter of31-2 , 39 , 58 , 110-11 , 115 , 218 , 223
9-11 32 , 110
44 110
83-91, 100-4, 105-19 223
139, 142, 182 110
312-16 32
Aristides
Apology86
2. 3-6 260 , 293
15. 6-7 167 , 203
15. 7-9 165
15. 12 261
16. 5 58
16. 6 235
16. 8 173-4
Aristotle
Rhetoric
I. 5-6 187
Artapanus 72-3 , 245
(= Eusebius, Praep. Evang. IX.18. 1 ; 23. 3 ; 27.4)
Ascension of Isaiah46
3. 13-31 46
3. 19-31 95
3. 25 168
Athanasius
39th Festal Letter54-5

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Table of contents

  • Christian Identity in the Jewish and Graeco-Roman World iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations viii
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: Text and Identity 27
  • 3: History, Memory, and the Invention of Tradition 62
  • 4: Boundaries 98
  • 5: The Grammar of Practice 147
  • 6: Embodiment and Gender 178
  • 7: Space and Place 211
  • 8: The Christian Race 239
  • 9: 'The Other' 269
  • 10: Made Not Born: Conclusions 298
  • Bibliography 317
  • Index of Ancient Authors and Sources 351
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