The Trial Narratives Paperback
Conflict, Power, and Identity in the New Testament
by Matthew L. Skinner;
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The Trial Narratives
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In this careful analysis, Matthew Skinner explores the trial narratives of Jesus, Paul, Stephen, and others in the Gospels and Acts who found themselves brought before powerful individuals and groups, often with deadly consequences. His close study of these texts is essential for those interested in the early church's relationship to the sociopolitical structures in which Christian belief emerged. He shows how the narratives helped shape early Christian identity as these communities sought to understand both the political implications of the emerging Christian gospel as well as the dangers and opportunities their sociopolitical context presented. He also reflects on the theological resources and paradigms these texts offer to Christians today.
The Trial Narratives by Matthew L. Skinner was published by Westminster John Knox in February 2010. The ISBN for The Trial Narratives is 9780664230326.
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|Author / Artist||Matthew L. Skinner|
|Publisher||Westminster John Knox (February 2010)|
|Number of Pages||224|
|Page last updated||3rd September 2015|