Table of contents for The New Testament and early Christian literature in Greco-Roman context : studies in honor of David E. Aune / edited by John Fotopoulos.


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PART ONE
PAULINE STUDIES
loudaioi and  Paul  ................... ..... ....................  3
CALVIN J. ROETZEL
Crucified for His Own Sins-Crucified for Our Sins:
Observations on a Pauline Perspective .............................  17
PEDER BORGEN
The Misidentification of Lerna Fountain at Corinth:
Implications for Interpretations of the Corinthian
Idol-Food  Issue  (1  Cor  8:1-11:1)  .........................................  37
JOHN FOTOPOULOS
'Not Even Among the Pagans' (1 Cor 5:1): Paul and
Seneca  on  Incest  ............................ ..................................  51
PAUL HARTOG
2 Corinthians 11:22: Historical Context, Rhetoric, and
Ethnic  Identity  ........................................ ...... ..............  65
DENNIS C. DULING
The World of Thought in the Philippians Hymn
(Philippians  2:6-11)  ..............................................  91
THOMAS H. TOBIN, SJ.
Paul's Pneumatological Statements and Ancient Medical
Texts  ...................... ...............................................  105
TROY W. MARTIN
PART TWO
GOSPELS/ACTS
'Listening Posts' along the Way: 'Synchronisms' as
Metaleptic Prompts to the 'Continuity of the Narrative'
in Polybius' Histories and in Luke's Gospel-Acts. A
Tribute  to  David  E. Aune  ........................ ....................  129
DAVID P. MOESSNER
The Pauline Itinerary and the Archive of Theophanes ........ 151
LOVEDAY ALEXANDER
Judas, the Son of Perdition, and the Fulfillment of
Scripture  in  John  17:12  ..................... ...... ...............  167
URBAN C. VON WAHLDE
Perjury in Ancient Religion and Modern Law:
A Comparative Analysis of Perjury in Homer and United
States  Law  ..................................................... ...................  183
JOHN T. FITZGERALD
The Kingdom of the Father in the Gospel of Thomas ........ 203
HANS KVALBEIN
PART THREE
REVELATION TO JOHN
The Relevance of the Roman Imperial Cult for the Book
of Revelation: Exegetical and Hermeneutical Reflections
on the Relation between the Seven Letters and the
Visionary  M ain  Part of the  Book  ......................................  231
JORG FREY
Ruler or God? The Demolition of Herod's Eagle ................ 257
JAN WILLEM VAN HENTEN
"A Woman Clothed with the Sun" and the "Great Red
Dragon" Seeking to "Devour Her Child" (Rev 12:1, 4)
in Roman Domestic Art ......................................... 287
DAVID L. BALCH
Prolegomenous Reflections on Ophidian Iconography,
Symbology, and New Testament Theology ...................... 315
JAMES H. CHARLESWORTH
PART FOUR
HELLENISTIC JUDAISM
Philo, Magic and Balaam: Neglected Aspects of Philo's
Exposition  of the  Balaam  Story  ....................................  333
TORREY SELAND
PART FIVE
EARLY CHRISTIAN LITERATURE
Rhetorical Handbooks in Service of Biblical Exegesis:
Eustathius of Antioch Takes Origen Back to School ........ 349
MARGARET M. MITCHELL
Views of Mental Illness among Greeks, Romans, and
C hristians  ........................................................... ..................  369
ROBERT M. GRANT
Christ Proclaiming His Law to the Apostles: The Traditio
Legis-Motif in Early Christian Art and Literature .............. 405
REIDAR HVALVIK
Early Christian Ascetic Practices and Biblical Interpretation:
The  W itnesses of Galen  and  Tatian  ..................................  439
JAMES A. KELHOFFER



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Bible, N, T, Criticism, interpretation, etc, Christian literature, Early History and criticism, Greek literature, Hellenistic History and criticism