2008 – The Rhetorical Use of Biblical Law in New Testament and Related Early Christian Texts (part II)

The Rhetorical Use of Biblical Law in New Testament and Related Early Christian Texts (part II)
Co-sponsored by the Biblical Law Section and the Rhetoric and New Testament Section
November 24, 9:00-11:30

Abstracts

Some presenters have agreed to post their papers on-line.

Presider: Chaya Halberstam, Indiana University

John Welch, Brigham Young University
The Legal Character and Purpose of the Book of Acts

David Tabb Stewart, California State University-Long Beach
Regulating the Gentile Other: The “Apostles” Read the Priestly Work

Richard Averbeck, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Patterns of Presence and Cleansing in the Old and New Testaments

Jay Sklar, Covenant Theological Seminary
Num 15:30-31 as Background for Heb 10:26

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