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Keith,helen K. Bond, Chris


Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)


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Chris Keith is Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity and Director of the Centre for the SocialScientific Study of the Bible at St. Marys University College Twickenham UK. He is the author of The Pericope Adulterae the Gospel of John and the Literacy of Jesus a winner of the 2010 John Templeton Award for Theological Promise and Jesus Literacy: Scribal Culture and the Teacher from Galilee. He is also the coeditor of Jesus among Friends and Enemies: A Historical and Literary Introduction to Jesus in the Gospels and was recently named a 2012 Society of Biblical Literature Regional Scholar.Helen K. Bond is Professor of Christian Origins and Head of the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh. Her research focuses on the social and political history of Judaea under Roman rule the historical Jesus and the canonical gospels. She is the author of Pontius Pilate in History and Interpretation (1998) Caiaphas: High Priest and Friend of Rome? (2004) The Historical Jesus: A Guide for the Perplexed (2012) Jesus: A Very Brief History (2017) The First Biography of Jesus: Genre and Meaning in Marks Gospel (2020) and a number of shorter studies and articles.Jens Schroeter is Chair and Professor of Exegesis and Theology of the New Testament and New Testament Apocrpyha at the Humboldt University Berlin Germany.Eric M. Vanden Eykel is Assistant Professor of Religion at Ferrum College USA.Using a combination of historicalcritical literary and theological perspectives this is a fresh approach into an influential apocryphal Christian text of which to date there has been insufficient studyVanden Eykel draws on classical Greek and Latin sources alongside more traditional Jewish and Christian canonical and noncanonical ones providing a more realistic impression of a 2nd century readers hypothetical knowledgeThe studys methodology broadens the book to interest historicalcritical exegetes as well as literary critics as it suggests that an authors intended meaning and the readers perception are not mutually exclusive categoriesEric M. Vanden Eykel is Assistant Professor of Religion at Ferrum College USA.This study of the Protevangelium of James explores the interrelationship of authors readers texts and meaning. Its central aim is to better understand how the process of repetition gave rise to the narratives of the early Christian movement and how that process continued to fuel the creativity and imagination of future generations. Divided into three parts Vanden Eykel addresses first specific episodes in the life of the Virgin consisting of Marys childhood in the Jerusalem temple (PJ 79) her spinning thread for the temple veil (PJ 1012) and Jesus birth in a cave outside Bethlehem (PJ 1720). The three episodes present a uniform picture of how the readers discernment of intertexts can generate new layers of meaning and that these layers may reveal new aspects of the authors meaning some of which the author may not have anticipated.Combining hi

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