Acta Patristica et Byzantina
(Volume 17, 2006)

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P.J. Botha Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, and Mary – The bold women in Ephrem the Syrian’s Hymn De Nativitate 9 01-21
J.P.K. Kritzinger Rahab, illa meretrix 22-36
H.F. Stander The Greek Church Fathers and Rahab 37-49
G.J. Swart Rahab and Esther in Josephus – an intertextual approach 50-65
J.H. Barkhuizen Proclus of Constantinople: Encomia on the Apostles Paul and Andrew (Homilies 18 and 19) 66-85
J.H. Barkhuizen Betekenis en funksie van 1 Petrus 2:21b-25 86-99
J.E. Botha Soteriology under construction: The case of James 100-118
P.J. Botha The reception of Daniel Chapter 2 in the commentary ascribed to Ephrem the Syrian Church Father 119-143
K. Bracht Can women be called “man”? On the background of a discussion led at the 2nd Council of Mâcon (585 AD) 144-154
M. Cromhout J D Crossan’s construct of Jesus’ “Jewishness”: A critical assessment 155-178
K. De Smidt Revelation 1:5a-d: A prolegomena to a theology of in the Book of Revelation 179-205
P.G.R. De Villiers The heavenly joy of the faithful in Revelation 206-226
P.G.R. De Villiers Perverse joy in the Book of Revelation – a perspective on religious experience 227-242
B. Hendrickx The incorporation of Pieria in the Latin Kingdom of Thessaloniki: the geo-political, feudal and ecclesiastical factors 243-256
B. Hendrickx &
T. Sansaridou-Hendrickx
Magdalene, Judas and relics’ cloning - do early Christian Apocrypha and modern bio-ethics challenge christianity? 257-271
W. Pretorius &
C. Landman
Kulturele en teologiese lyne as die fondament van die vroegste Christendom 272-294
E. Scheffler 'Lord, shall we strike with the sword?’: of (non-) violence in Luke’s Gospel 295-311
E. Scheffler Jesus’ non-violence at his arrest: the synoptics and John’s Gospel compared 312-326
A.H. Snyman A rhetorical analysis of Philippians 3:12-21 327-348
J.L.P. Wolmarans Misogyny as a meme: the legacy of James 1:12-18 349-361