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Aliens and Sojourners

Aliens and Sojourners characters ´ 109 Early Christians spoke about themselves as resident aliens strangers and sojourners asserting that otherness is a fundamental part of being Christian But why did they do so and to what ends How did Christians' claims to foreign status situate them with respect to each other and to the larger Roman world as the new movement grew and struggled to make sense of its own boundaries Aliens and Sojourners argues that the claim to alien status is not a transparent one Instead Benjamin Dunning contends it shaped a rich pervasive variegated discour. Droit Musulman, Vol. 2: Recueil de Lois Concernant Les Musulmans Schyites (Classic Reprint) part of being Christian But why did they do so and to what ends How did Christians' claims to foreign status situate them with respect to each other and to the larger Roman world as the new movement grew and struggled to make sense of its own boundaries Aliens and Sojourners argues that the claim to alien status is not a transparent one Instead Benjamin Dunning contends it shaped a rich Droit Musulman, Vol. 1: Recueil de Lois Concernant Les Musulmans Schyites (Classic Reprint) pervasive variegated discour.

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Aliens and Sojourners characters ´ 109 In the ancient MediterraneanThrough close readings of ancient Christian texts such as Hebrews 1 Peter the Shepherd of Hermas and the Epistle to Diognetus Dunning examines the markedly different ways that Christians used the language of their own marginality articulating a range of options for what it means to be Christian in relation to the Roman social order His conclusions have implications not only for the study of late antiuity but also for understanding the rhetorics of religious alienation broadly both in the ancient world and toda.

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Aliens and Sojourners characters ´ 109 Se of identity in early Christianity Resident aliens and foreigners had long occupied a conflicted space of both repulsion and desire in ancient thinking Dunning demonstrates how Christians and others in antiuity capitalized on this tension refiguring the resident alien as being of a compelling doubleness simultaneously marginal and potent Early Christians he argues used this refiguration to render Christian identity legible distinct and even desirable among the vast range of social and religious identities and practices that proliferated.

  • Hardcover
  • 186
  • Aliens and Sojourners
  • Benjamin H. Dunning
  • English
  • 21 July 2020
  • 9780812241563

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    Pdf Free [Aliens and Sojourners] ð Benjamin H. Dunning An excellent look at how Christians self defined themselves as alien yet lived as model citizens Good thought provoking for

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