Table of contents for Render to Caesar : Jesus, the early church, and the Roman superpower / Christopher Bryan.

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Contents
Prologue
I. Israel and Empire: from the Egyptians to the Greeks
II Israel and Empire: from the Maccabees to the War against Rome
III Jesus and Empire: the Teacher and the Man of Deed
Additional Note A. Jesus, Violence, and Non-Violence
IV Jesus and Empire: the Crucified 
Additional Note B: The Gospel Passion Narratives as Historical Sources
Additional Note C. Two Jewish Witnesses to the Death of Jesus
Additional Note D. Did the Sanhedrin in the Time of Jesus have authority to execute the Death Penalty?
V Jesus' Followers and the Roman Empire: Paul 
VI Jesus' Followers and the Roman Empire: Luke, 1 Peter, and Revelation 
Additional Note E. Further Thoughts on the Imperial Rhetoric, and John the Seer's Relationship to it.
VII Empires Ancient and Modern
Unscientific Postscript
Additional Note F. Further Remarks on Literary Treatments of the Abandonment of Responsibility.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jesus Christ -- Political and social views.
Church and state -- Rome.
Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600.