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Title The first urban churches. 4, Roman Philippi / edited by James R. Harrison and L.L. Welborn
Published Atlanta : SBL Press, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (xix, 403 pages)
Series Writings from the Greco-Roman World Supplement Series ; number 13
Writings from the Greco-Roman world supplement series ; no. 13
Contents 880-01 The Imperial Authorities in Paul's Letter to Predominantly Greek Hearers in the Roman Colony of Philippi"Every Knee Bowed": Jesus Christ as Reigning Lord over ""the Heavenly, the Earthly, and the Subterranean Gods"" (Philippians 2:10); Rivals, Opponents, and Enemies: Three Kinds of Theological Argumentation in Philippians; From Rome to the Colony of Philippi: Roman Boasting in Philippians 3:4-6 in Its Latin West and Philippian Epigraphic Context; Contributors; Primary Sources Index; Modern Authors Index
880-01 Cover; Contents; Abbreviations; Excavating the Urban and Country Life of Roman Philippi and Its Territory; Rooted in Heaven and Resident in Philippi, but No ἐκκλησία; The Social Constituency and Membership of the First Christian at Philippi: A Literary and Epigraphic Survey; Vindolanda Tablet 2.154, RPC 1651, and the Provenance of Philippians; Polis and Ekklēsia at Philippi: A Response to Kathy Ehrensperger, Paul Holloway, and Julien Ogereau; First-Century Philippi: Contextualizing Paul's Visit; Did the Philippian Christ Group Know It Was a "Missionary" Society
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 03, 2019)
Subject Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600.
Cities and towns -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
City churches.
Philippi (Extinct city)
Form Electronic book
Author Harrison, James R., 1952- editor
Welborn, L. L., 1953- editor
ISBN 0884143376 (electronic book)
9780884143376 (electronic book)