The “We” Passages in the Acts of the Apostles: The Narrator as Narrative Character

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Society of Biblical Lit, 2007 - Religion - 150 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Stories Storytellers and Readers
15
The Narrator as He Me and We
27
Companions on the Journey
49
The We Character
67
Asking the Question Differently
87
Frequently Asked Questions
93
Greek Text and English Translations of SelectedPassages from Thucydides Polybius and Josephus
99
Bibliography
117
Index of Names
137
Index of Ancient Sources
141
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About the author (2007)

Dr. William S. Campbell, Reader in Biblical Studies, University of Wales, is author of 'Paul's Gospel in Inter-Cultural Context' (1992) and is Editor of Journal of Beliefs and Values.