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eBook The We Passages in the Acts of the Apostles: The Narrator as Narrative Character (Studies in Bibilical Literature) (Studies in Biblical Literature (Society of Biblical Literatu) download ISBN: 1589832051
Author: William Sanger Campbell
Publisher: Society of Biblical Literature (September 28, 2007)
Language: English
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William Sanger Campbell. Pages: 164 Publisher: Society of Biblical Literature Published: 2007 ISBN-10: 1589832051 ISBN-13: 9781589832053.

William Sanger Campbell. The We Passages in the Acts of the Apostles: The Narrator as Narrative Character (Studies in Bibilical Literature) (Studies in Biblical Literature) William Sanger Campbell. This book explores the narrative significance of the we passages in Acts within the boundaries of acceptable ancient grammatical practice. It contends that the occasional first-person plural narrator represents a character whose entrance at crucial moments in Paul's career parallels the role of Barnabas, the apostle's earlier companion.

This book explores the narrative significance of the "we" passages in Acts within the boundaries of acceptable ancient grammatical . Paperback, 164 pages. Published January 1st 2007 by Society of Biblical Literature.

This book explores the narrative significance of the "we" passages in Acts within the boundaries of acceptable ancient grammatical practice. It contends that the occasional firstperson plural narrator represents a character whose entrance at crucial moments in Paul's career parallels the role of Barnabas, the apostle's earlier companion. Although consistent with the gramma This book explores the narrative significance of the "we" passages in Acts within the boundaries of acceptable ancient grammatical practice.

By William Sanger Campbell. The author introduces the topic with a survey of the four major categories of proposals regarding the "we" passages. Studies in Biblical Literature 14. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007. This chapter, like many of the others, trades upon a number of unproven assumptions. For example, Campbell simply accepts that there are three "we" passages (Acts 16:10-17; 20:5-21:18; 27:1-28:16), while acknowledging that there are others who argue for four or five.

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Publication: Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature, 2007Description: 150 с. SBN: 1-589-83205-1 Subject: Библия. Деяния Апостолов - Нарративный анализ (критика), Bible. Acts - Narrative criticism.

The Studies in Biblical Literature series published mature scholarly investigations pertaining to the biblical literature and its cultural environment. Volumes may be intended either for the general reader or for the biblical scholar and may focus on biblical or theological themes, literary aspects of the biblical literature, the social world of the biblical writings, historical issues, or other comparable areas of study. Studies in Biblical Literature continued the earlier SBL Monograph Series.

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Biblical studies, criticism & exegesis. The Narrator as Narrative Character. This book explores the narrative significance of the "we" passages in Acts within the boundaries of acceptable ancient grammatical practice. The "We" Passages in the Acts of the Apostles. By. It contends that the occasional first person plural narrator represents a character. William Sanger Campbell is Assistant Professor of New Testament at The College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota. Release date NZ. November 1st, 2007.

This book explores the narrative significance of the we passages in Acts within the boundaries of acceptable ancient grammatical practice. It contends that the occasional first-person plural narrator represents a character whose entrance at crucial moments in Paul's career parallels the role of Barnabas, the apostle's earlier companion. Although consistent with the grammatical practice of ancient writers, the use of the we style in Acts nonetheless represents a variation of those conventions because the author of Acts wrote anonymously and never claimed personal participation in the events narrated. In analyzing the function of the narrator as narrative character, the book presents narrative literary strategy as a fruitful approach to these enigmatic texts whose narrative possibilities have in the past been subordinated to their historical potential.