Final Class Review - P resent Age and Age to Come- The term...

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Present Age and Age to Come- The term that’s use in the rabbinic literature. Tie into apocalyptic writing. Four different sects of Judiasm (Josephus) particularly the zealots Private associations0 Ehrman’s chapters about guilds- voluntary organizations. How Paul is able to make converts- going to synagogue Epistological forms- The forms of letters. The graphic forms from Lyandyke’s handout- Ehrman has a chapter. On the handout. Letters of consolation, recommendation, treatises, greeting. How the different forms relate to Paul’s letters. NO CHRIST HYMN! Superapostles- The term Pual uses in First Carinthians where he is talking about tensions between different early charastmatic leaders, apostles, who are leading different groups… Has to do with tensions between authority. Slavery- would be given, but: Take the apocalyptic idea of the reversal of fortunes in the apocalypse (Those who have no status are going to be first in the apocalypse)” Household rules” it is clear Paul is not trying to make radical change in social order. Some were
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Final Class Review - P resent Age and Age to Come- The term...

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