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Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism 10 (2014)
Edited by Stanley E. Porter, Matthew Brook O'Donnell, Wendy J. Porter, Lois K. Fuller Dow
This is the tenth volume of the hard-copy edition of a journal that has been published online (www.jgrchj.net) since 2000. Volume 1 was for 2000, Volume 2 was for 2001–2005, Volume 3 was for 2006, Volume 4 was for 2007, Volume 5 was for 2008, Volume 6 was for 2009, Volume 7 was for 2010, Volume 8 was for 2011–2012, Volume 9 was for 2013 and Volume 10 is for 2014. As they appear, the hard-copy editions will replace the online materials.
The scope of JGRChJ is the texts, language and cultures of the Greco-Roman world of early Christianity and Judaism. The papers published in JGRChJ are designed to pay special attention to the 'larger picture' of politics, culture, religion and language, engaging as well with modern theoretical approaches.
Stanley E. Porter is President and Dean, and Professor of New Testament, at McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Ontario.
Matthew Brook O'Donnell is Director of Research and Development for OpenText.org, and Adjunct Professor at McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Ontario.
Wendy J. Porter is Director of Music and Worship at McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Ontario.
Lois K. Fuller Dow is Lecturer in New Testament Greek at McMaster Divinity College, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Craig S. Keener
First-Person Claims in Some Ancient Historians and Acts
Lincoln H. Blumell
The Message and the Medium: Some Observations on Epistolary Communication in Late Antiquity
John Granger Cook
Matthew 5.39 and 26.67: Slapping Another’s Cheek in Ancient Mediterranean Culture
A Text without 1 Corinthians 14.34-35? Not according to the Manuscript Evidence
Josephus’s Life and Jewish War Compared to the Synoptic Gospels
A ‘Majority’ Reading for James 3.3 Supported by Both External and Internal Evidence
Cynthia Long Westfall
The Meaning of αὐθεντέω in 1 Timothy 2.12
Adam Z. Wright
Recognizing Jesus: A Study of Recognition Scenes in the Gospel of Mark
James M. Petitfils
Martial Moses in Flavian Rome: Josephus’s Antiquities 2–4 and Exemplary Roman Leadership