Apostolic Fathers and Paul

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Editor(s): 
Todd D. Still, David E. Wilhite
Pauline and Patristic Scholars in Debate
  • New York, NY: 
    Bloomsbury Academic
    , December
     2016.
     256 pages.
     $114.00.
     Hardcover.
    ISBN
    9780567672292.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.
Review coming soon!

Review by Kevin Clarke forthcoming.

Description

Building on the work of Tertullian and Paul this volume continues a series of specially commissioned studies by leading voices in New Testament/Early Christianity and Patristics studies to consider how Paul was read, interpreted and received by the Church Fathers.

In this volume the use of Paul's writings is examined within the work of the Apostolic Fathers. Issue of influence, reception, theology and history are examined to show how Paul's work influenced the developing theology of the early Church. The literary style of Paul's output is also examined. The contributors to the volume represent leading lights in the study of the Apostolic Fathers, as well as respected names from the field of New Testament studies.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Todd D. Still is Associate Professor of Christian Scriptures at the George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University in Waco, Texas.  Among other publications, he is the author of Conflict at Thessalonica: A Pauline Church and Its Neighbours and the editor of Jesus and Paul Reconnected: Fresh Pathways into an Old Debate.

 

David Wilhite is a historical theologian (patristics) at George W. Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University, Waco, TX. He is the author of Tertullian the African: An Anthropological Reading of Tertullian's Context and Identities (Walter de Gruyter, 2007).

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