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A Bibliography of the Writings of Abraham J. Malherbe

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This section of the book Early Christianity and Classical Culture: Comparative Studies in Honor of Abraham J. Malherbe contains a list of reference books and selected articles relevant to the discussion of comparative studies in the history of New Testament scholarship. The book contains essays that are grouped around five Greek terms that reflect key arenas of the cultural interaction of ancient Jews and Christians with their Graeco-Roman neighbors: respectively, Graphos ( semantics and writing); Ethos (ethics and moral characterization); Logos (rhetoric and literary expression); Ethnos (self-definition and acculturation); and Nomos (law and normative values). It focuses on the use of Classical and Jewish "parallels" in the history of New Testament scholarship.

Keywords: Abraham J. Malherbe; ancient Jews; early Christianity; Graeco-Roman neighbors; New Testament

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