THE CHRISTIANS WHO BECAME JEWS: Acts of the Apostles and Ethnicity in the Roman City
In Stroup's innovative work he explores the depiction of Jewish and Christian identity by analyzing ethnicity within a broader material and epigraphic context. Examining Acts through a new lens, he shows that the text presents Jews and Jewish identity in multiple, complex ways, rather than as a simple foil for Christianity.
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