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This front matter section of the book Paul and Pseudepigraphy contains the table of contents, a list of figures and tables, a list of abbreviations and the preface. The book is devoted to critical and methodological questions relating to Paul and pseudepigraphy. Armin Baum provides his audience with a reader of primary sources and select annotated bibliography of ancient and modern attitudes towards pseudepigraphy. Several key excerpts from ancient Christian and non-Christian authors are included (with comments) that open a window into how pseudepigraphy was conducted and received in the social world of early Christianity. Baum also assesses some important contemporary treatments that interpret the practice of pseudepigraphy in a variety of ancient contexts.

Keywords: Armin Baum; Pauline pseudepigraphy



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