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I Permit No Woman to Teach Except for Thecla

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The Curious Case of the Pastoral Epistles and the Acts of Paul Reconsidered 1

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Abstract Analysis of the relationship between the Acts of Paul (APl) and the Pastoral Epistles (PE) that is attentive to the differences between the individual PE provides decisive evidence against the theory that the PE responded to oral traditions later written down in the APl. This study further suggests that the author of the APl did probably not regard 1 Tim as an authoritative Pauline missive and argues that the author of the APl sought to advance 2 Tim’s image of Paul over and against the portrayal of the apostle found in 1 Tim.

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