Roman Faith and Christian Faith

Roman Faith and Christian Faith

Pistis and Fides in the Early Roman Empire and Early Churches

Morgan, Teresa (Professor of Graeco-Roman History, Nancy Bissell Turpin Fellow and Tutor in Ancient History, University of Oxford)

Oxford University Press






15 a 20 dias

This book begins with the question why 'faith' (pistis/fides) was so important to early Christians that it dominated their earliest writings. It argues that the study of emerging Christian pistis/fides must be interdisciplinary, located in the social practices and mentalites of Hellenistic Judaism and the early Roman empire.
1: Introduction: Approaching pistis and fides in the Graeco-Roman world, Hellenistic Judaism, and early churches 2: Greek and Roman Pistis and Fides I: domestic and personal relations 3: Greek and Roman Pistis and Fides II: structures of state 4: Pistis and Fides in Graeco-Roman Religiosity 5: Pistis in the Septuagint 6: Pistis and the Earliest Christian Preaching 7: Pistis in Galatians, Romans, Philippians, and Philemon 8: Pistis in Non-Pauline Letters 9: Pistis in the Synoptic Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles 10: Pisteuein and its Relations in the Johannine Corpus 11: Relationality and Interiority in Pistis and Fides 12: Pistis, Fides and the Structure of Divine-Human Communities Conclusion
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