The Early Christian Church - Vol. 1

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INDEX
Ab (fifth month), fast of, 235, 337, 339
ab (father), pl. aboth,242
ab-beth-din,14
Abodah Zarah,487
abomination of desolation, 22, 229, 236
Abraham, 18, 87ff., 320ff.
Achaia, 110ff., 119
Acts of the Apostles, or Luke-Acts, see ch.15; authorship, date, etc., 95, 182ff., 278ff., 285; chronology of, 60, 67, 92, 95, 125, 132; composition and style, 43, 55ff., 65ff., 92ff., 108, 113, 120, 129, 139, 160, 182; source analysis, 64ff., 66, 80, 83, 86, 92ff., 128, 151, 160, 183; 'we' passages, 86, 113, 157, 278ff., 288ff.; 'speeches', 27, 38, 53, 82ff., 92ff., 154, 158ff., ch. 9, 284; reviser of, 108, 113, 151, 288, 483; 'western' text, 288
Adar (twelfth month), 337
Adiabene, 5, 7, 8
Adonis, see Tammuz
advent (parousia),34, 74, 116 ff., 220, 225, 237, 342, 346ff., 362, 494
Africanus, 251, 411
Agabus, 67, 155
Agathopous, Rhaius, 447, 455
Agrippa I, 25, 77, 92, 125, 160
Agrippa II, 25, 77, 92, 164, 187ff., 226ff., 241, 251, 335, 410
Akiba, 426, 429, 482
Albinus, 188 ff.
Alexander of Ephesus, 139
Alexander the Great, 1 ff., 7
Alexander Jannaeus, 13, 22
Alexander, bishop of Rome, 475 ff.
Alexandra Salome, 13, 22
Alexandria, 2, 7ff., 16, 20, 44, 68, 71, 129, 313ff., 419ff., 486
Alke, 449, 457
Alkimus (Jakin), 12, 22
allegorism, 20, 405, 489, 490
Alphaeus, see Clopas
Alphaeus, father of Levi or of James, 45
Amalek, 490
Amidah, 425
Amos, 98
Ampliatus, 149
Ananias of Damascus, 60
Ananias of Jerusalem, 41, 56
Ananias ben Nebediah, 92, 159, 186, 226ff.
anathema, 89, 135
Andrew, 33, 45, 294, 307
Andronicus and Junia(s), 40, 149, 274
angel or spirit, angelic powers, 57, 76, 159, 282, 342, 393, 400ff., 404
Annas I (Annanus), 27, 186ff.
anomia (lawlessness), 248, 262ff., 329ff.
Antigonus II, 22, 25
Antioch (on the Orontes), 2, 4, 44, 435
Antioch, church of, 66ff., ch. 4, 86ff., 99, 104ff., 314ff., 420, 443ff., ch. 25, 474
Antioch, legate in, 27, 59, 66, 72, 227
Antioch in Pisidia, see Little Antioch
Antiochus I, 2, 4
Antiochus III, 21
Antiochus IV (Epiphanes), 11, 21
Antipas, Herod, 25, 27, 30, 59, 70ff., 80, 160
Antipas, martyr, 299
Antipater, 22, 24
Apamea, 5
Apion, 71
apocalyptic, in Jerusalem, 73ff.; Thessalonian type, 73 ff., 115ff.; Pauline sublimation of, 134, 138, 175ff.; Johanninetype, see John, Revelation of; Marcan type, see Little Apocalypse; Jewish type, 337ff., see Esdras II, Baruch, Sibyl; of Matthew, see Matthew, Gospel of; sublimation of in John's Gospel, 362 ff.; see also Hermas and Didache

Character and language of, 74, 76, 113, 115ff., 221ff.; the writing of, 224, 384ff.; historical and political implications, 73, 113, 118, 221ff., chs. 12 and 18; see also temple; Caligula; Rome, government of; Nero myth

Apollonius of Tyana, 351ff.

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