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Index Of Passages Cited

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Chapter Summary

This index presents a list of passages cited in the book The Ethics of Obscene Speech in Early Christianity and Its Environment. The book aims to contextualize early Christian rhetoric about foul language by asking such questions as: Where was foul language encountered? What were the conventional arguments for avoiding (or for using) obscene words? How would the avoidance of such speech have been interpreted by others?.

Keywords: early Christian rhetoric; foul language; obscene words



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