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The Politics of Peace

Ephesians, Dio Chrysostom, and the Confucian Four Books

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[This study examines the <i>topos</i> of peace in Ephesians by comparison with Colossians, Dio Chrysostom’s <i>Orations</i>, and the Confucian <i>Four Books</i>; and shows that Ephesians can be read as a politico-religious letter “concerning peace” within the church., This study examines the <i>topos</i> of peace in Ephesians by comparison with Colossians, Dio Chrysostom’s <i>Orations</i>, and the Confucian <i>Four Books</i>; and shows that Ephesians can be read as a politico-religious letter “concerning peace” within the church.]

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