Re: [Synoptic-L] New Testament writers' views toward Roman authority
John Lupia wrote:
> Keyfuk Leonard?Thanks for the following. But as my original note says, I'm looking
> shwaya kaman:
for **online** articles, texts that can be accessed online.
> Christopher A. Frilingos, Spectacles of Empire :--
> Monsters, Martyrs, and the Book of Revelation
> (Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press,
> Brian J. Walsh and Sylvia C. Keesmaat, Colossians
> Remixed : Subverting the Empire (Downers Grove, Ill. :
> InterVarsity Press, 2004).
> Warren Carter, Pontius Pilate : Portraits of a Roman
> Governor (Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press,
> Peter S. Oakes, ed., Rome in the Bible and the Early
> Church (Grand Rapids, MI : Baker Academic, 2002).
> Warren Carter, Matthew and Empire : Initial
> Explorations. (Harrisburg, PA : Trinity Press
> International, 2001).
> Richard J. Cassidy, Christians and Roman Rule in the
> New Testament : new perspectives (New York :
> Crossroad, 2001).
> Richard J. Cassidy, Paul in Chains : Roman
> Imprisonment and the Letters of St. Paul (New York :
> Crossroad Pub. Co., 2001).
> Warren Carter, Matthew and the Margins : A
> Socio-political and Religious Reading. Journal for the
> study of the New Testament. Supplement series ;204
> (Sheffield, England : Sheffield Academic Press, 2000).
> Norman A. Beck, Anti-Roman Cryptograms in the New
> Testament : Symbolic Messages of Hope and Liberation
> (New York : P. Lang, 1997).
Jeffrey B. Gibson, D.Phil. (Oxon.)
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