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The Letters to the Thessalonians
The Letters to the Thessalonians, by Abraham J. Malherbe. AB 32B. New York: Doubleday, 2000. Pp. xx + 508. $50.00. [Reprinted with permission from Bryn Mawr Classical Review. This new volume willExpand
Antisthenes and Odysseus, and Paul at War
Paul's use of military imagery in 2 Cor 10:3–6 deserves closer attention than it has received. Moffatt's translation vividly reflects the descriptions of ancient sieges which underlie Paul'sExpand
Ethics in Context: the Thessalonians and their neighbours
First Thessalonians was written within a few months, following the conversion of Paul’s Greek readers, and reflects how his ethical teaching was part of his proclamation. Paul’s preaching of theExpand