1 edition of After the first urban Christians found in the catalog.
After the first urban Christians
Todd D. Still
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Todd D. Still, David G. Holler|
|Contributions||Horrell, David G.|
|LC Classifications||BR166.M443 A38 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 175 p. :|
|Number of Pages||175|
|ISBN 10||0567427749, 0567219674|
|ISBN 10||9780567427748, 9780567219671|
|LC Control Number||2009282571|
The first Christians: AD c The followers of Jesus, soon to be known as Christians, also say that on the third day after the Crucifixion his tomb was found to be empty. He had risen from the dead, and this resurrection and victory over the shame and apparent finality of . In recent weeks I have consulted a book written by Wayne Meeks of Yale University entitled The First Urban Christians [New Haven: Yale UP, ]. It's a book about the Christians that Paul knew in the early days of the Christian church, Christians in cities like Antioch, where believers were first called Christians, and Rome, and Ephesus, and.
Early Christianity was primarily an urban faith, establishing itself in the city centers of the Roman Empire. Most of the people lived close together in crowded tenements. There were few secrets in such a setting. The faith spread as neighbors saw the believers' lives close-up on a daily basis. Eric Carter, by Stephen Blackmoore (3 books) Two books may not seem like much of a binge read, but it’s impossible to read the first Eric Carter book without immediately grabbing the second. With a third out in February, this series is becoming a must for any urban fantasy fan.
2 days ago Three months after the death of George Floyd, over 20 Christian organizations and figures representing diverse communities of believers have joined an “unprecedented” nonpartisan coalition to advocate for police accountability reforms at the federal, state and local levels. Various Early Christian writers wrote gospels and other books, some of which were canonized as the New Testament canon Apostolic Fathers were prominent writers who are traditionally understood to have met and learned from Jesus' personal Church Fathers are later writers with no direct connection to the disciples (other than the claim to apostolic succession).
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'Wayne A. Meek's groundbreaking book The First Urban Christians was the first sociological analysis of Early Christianity covering systematically all aspects of community life. Twenty-five years later it is still the best reference point for a survey of all that has beenaccomplished so far in this field of y recommend this survey by very competent younger scholars to all those /5(3).
The First Urban Christians is an amazingly well researched deep dive into the social world of the first century. If you are somebody who loves to pick over the minutiae of the early church, you will, perhaps, love this by: This year marks the twenty-five anniversary of the publication of The First Urban Christians by Wayne A.
Meeks. In this now-classic work Meeks examined the socio-historical context of Pauline Christianity through the lens of Paul's letters. After The First Urban Christians, edited by Todd D.
Still and David G. Horrell, is a collection of seven essays written by established scholars, plus an. Description: After The First Urban Christians is a collection of seven essays written by established scholars who revisit and update Wayne A.
Meeks' landmark volume. The First Urban Christians, and offer fresh lines of inquiry for the future study of Paul and his churches in their Social setting. The book includes an epilogue by Meeks himself. After the First Urban Christians by Todd D. Still,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(7).
The First Urban Christians is a study of the social background of the world in which the apostle Paul lived and wrote. It paints a picture of what it was actually like to be a first century Christian in a Pauline church, drawing on archaeological evidence as well as both biblical and non-biblical literary evidence.
In this classic work, Wayne A. Meeks analyzes the earliest extant documents of Christianity--the letters of Paul--to describe the tensions and the texture of life of the first urban Christians. In a new introduction, he describes the evolution of the field of New Testament scholarship over the past twenty years, including new developments in fields such as archaeology and social history/5(4).
After "The First Urban Christians", edited by Todd D. Still and David G. Horrell, is a collection of seven essays written by established scholars, plus an epilog authored by Meeks himself, that revisits and updates Meeks' landmark volume.
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This paperback, updated with a new, brief four-page introduction and a supplementary bibliography is a must read if you missed the original edition. The history of Christianity concerns the Christian religion, Christian countries, and the Church with its various denominations, from the 1st century to the present.
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First year of the emperor Trajan; John dies soon after. The First Urban Christians: The Social World of the Apostle Paul. New Haven: Yale, In The First Urban Christians Meeks offered a ground-breaking social history model of explaining the growth of the Pauline-Christian movement, studying the sociological conditions (urban lives, social classes, rituals and household conventions) of the /5.
The First Urban Christians by Wayne A. Meeks,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. (shelved 2 times as urban-christian) avg rating — ratings — published Read about events from AD in our Church history timeline detailing historical events within the Christian church during AD In this classic work, Wayne A.
Meeks analyzes the earliest extant documents of Christianity—the letters of Paul—to describe the tensions and the texture of life of the first urban Christians. In a new introduction, he describes the evolution of the field of New Testament scholarship over the past twenty years, including new developments in.
Get this from a library. After The first urban Christians: the social-scientific study of Pauline Christianity twenty-five years later. [Todd D Still; David G Horrell;] -- "'After the First Urban Christians' is a collection of seven essays written by established scholars who revisit and update Wayne A.
Meeks' 'The First Urban Christians' and offer fresh lines of. The First Urban Christians by Wayne A. Meeks; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Christian sociology, History, Soziologie, Urchristentum, Histoire, Urbanität, and so the non-specialist reader will likely find Meeks' book, despite its richness, paradoxically thin.
Thus, Meeks begins by establishing that Pauline Christianity grew. Review: Wayne A. Meeks, "The First Urban Christians: The Social World of the Apostle Paul".In the tradition of The First Urban Christians by Wayne Meeks, this book explores the relationship between the earliest Christians and the city environment.
Experts in classics, early Christianity, and human geography analyze the growth, development, and self-understanding of the early Christian movement in urban settings. The book’s contributors first look at how the urban physical.Christian Authors. Purchase books from top selling Christian authors in both the non-fiction and fiction genres.
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