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The Acts of Paul and Thecla: A Critical Introduction and Commentary
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The Acts of Paul and Thecla: A Critical Introduction and Commentary


Mohr Siebeck 2009

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Jeremy W. Barrier provides a thorough introduction and commentary to a second century Christian apocryphal writing: the Acts of Paul and Thecla. In addition to an extensive introduction, the book provides original Greek texts with English translations, commentary, and textual notes.

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Key Features

  • Presents new methodologies for interpreting the New Testament
  • Explores different forms of Greek for a fuller understanding of New Testament interpretation
  • Studies extrabiblical literature to bring context to biblical literature


  • Part I: Introduction
    • The Ancient Novel
    • The Historical Context
    • History of Reception
    • Acts of Paul and the New Testament
    • Feminist Criticism and the AP
    • Artistic Representations of the AP
  • Part II: Commentary on the Acts of Paul 3–4

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About Jeremy W. Barrier

Jeremy W. Barrier is assistant professor of biblical literature at Heritage Christian University, where he also serves as director of the graduate program. His PhD in biblical interpretation was earned at Texas Christian University. He is also a missions minister for the Madison, Alabama Church of Christ.

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