Published November 30, 2004
by T. & T. Clark Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jurgen Zangenberg (Editor), Michael Labahn (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||202|
Christians as a Religious Minority in a Multicultural City: Modes of Interaction and Identity Formation in Early Imperial Rome – Edited by Jürgen Zangenberg and Michael Labahn. Fred W. Burnett. Anderson University. Search for more papers by this author. Fred W. : Fred W. Burnett. In conversation with Lampe and Thümmel, he works through the site, grave by grave, stressing how limited is the evidence for early Christian burials there. This article is clearly a significant contribution to the debate. Martin Meiser's article on 1 Clement (18 pp., German) is well focused on ‘Christians in a multicultural city’.Author: Peter Oakes. Christians as a Religious Minority in a Multicultural City: Modes of Interaction and Identity Formation in Early Imperial Rome Zangenberg, Jürgen and Michael Labahn, editors London: T & T Clark, pp. xi + $ Series Information European Studies on Christian Origins/Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series, Get this from a library! Christians as a religious minority in a multicultural city: modes of interaction and identity formation in early Imperial Rome: studies on the basis of a seminar at the second Conference of the European Association for Biblical Studies (EABS) from July , , in Rome. [Jürgen Zangenberg; Michael Labahn; European Association of Biblical Studies.
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