Trajectories through the New Testament and the Apostolic Fathers

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Index of Subjects
Note: Page references in italics indicate tables.
Accessibility and use of gospels 50–1, 54, 57, 60, 65 and use of Luke 50–1
Acts and Shepherd of Hermas textual transmission 41
Aelius Aristides 309 n.6, 311, 323
Akhmim Codex 34, 41 n.72
allusions in NT to Eucharist 135, 141, 161 to wisdom literature 96, 98, 99
allusions to NT 107 in Barnabas 92 in 1 Clement 91 in Ignatius 18 n.39, 276–7, 287, 325, 326–7, 329–30, 333 in Martyrdom of Polycarp 401–2, 407, 410–15, 418, 421, 427–32 in Polycarp 342, 354, 380 n.33, 381, 383 in Shepherd of Hermas 116
ambassadors, role in mystery cults 333–4, 340–2, 347
ambivalence see dipsychia Amidah 145
Anaphora of Addai and Mari 160–1
Antichrist in Ignatius 330, 344–5 in Polycarp 378, 380, 383–4, 386, 389 n.89, 390–1
Antioch, Jewish-Christian relations 256–8, 259–64
Apocalypse see Revelation
Apocryphon of James (Epistula Jacobi) 29, 39
Apollinarianism, and Ignatius of Antioch 80, 84
Apostles in Didache 226–9, 231–3, 240, 243 in Ignatius of Antioch 270, 274–5
Apostolic Constitutions 195, 197, 205
Apostolic Fathers and charisma and office 165–89 definition 1, 66 n.87 and infant baptism 123–33 and reception of NT 27 textual transmission 47–8
Apostolic Tradition, and baptism 126
Aristides, Apology 125
Arius, and wisdom 95
Athanasius and christology 83 and Didache 138
Athenagoras of Athens 67 n.89, 95 authority charismatic 169–70, 179 and church unity 288, 289–90, 293, 300–5, 307–24, 331, 345 and mimesis 289–90, 293–4, 305 of Paul 23–4, 356–8, 364 of Polycarp 358, 360 and suffering 357–8
Balylonian Talmud 147–8
Baptism and circumcision 127, 132 in 2 Clement 116 n.22, 127 in Didache 126, 140, 141–2, 226, 255 in Ephesians 112 in Epistle of Barnabas 127 in Ignatius 125–6, 127, 129–30 of infants 123–33 and salvation 129 as seal 127, 131 in Shepherd of Hermas 127, 129 Trinitarian formula 140
Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry 123
Barnabas see Epistle of Barnabas
Birkat ha-mazon 143 n.45, 145–50
Bishops authority 72–3, 301–3, 331, 359–60 in 1 Clement 171–2, 184–5, 188 in Didache 170–1, 174, 182–4 and Eucharist 179–80, 323, 327, 330, 332–3 in Ignatius 173–4, 177–81, 301–3, 317–19, 321–3, 326–8, 330–3, 337, 339–40, 342, 345, 359–60 and patronage 357 in Polycarp 342–3, 353, 359–61 in Shepherd of Hermas 176
body of Christ in 1 Clement 14, 130 in 2 Clement 114

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