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Constructing Early Christian Families

Family as Social Reality and Metaphor

by Halvor Moxnes

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


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ISBN 100415146399
ISBN 109780415146395

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Family, household and kinship have different connotations in antiquity from their modern ones. This volume expands that discussion to investigate the early Christian family structures within the larger Graeco-Roman context. Particular emphasis is given to how family metaphors, such as 'brotherhood' function to describe.

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The family is a topical issue for studies of the Ancient world. Family, household and kinship have different connotations in antiquity from their modern ones. This volume expands that discussion to investigate the early Christian family.

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1: The social context of early Christian families --What is family?: problems in constructing early Christian families / Halvor Moxnes --The family in first-century Galilee / Santiago Guijarro. From Adam and Eve to your own family, God has a special plan for all families.

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The Family in Early Christianity: "Family Values" Revisited CAROLYN OSIEK, R.S.C.J. Catholic Theological Union Chicago, IL FOR SEVERAL YEARS NOW, "family values" have come to represent a volatile substance deposited at the crossroad between American politics and religion,File Size: KB. Jennifer Glancy’s book, Slavery in Early Christianity (Oxford University Press, ), is a good introduction to this harsh reality of one aspect of Christian family values.

It is not that. What we can definitively say is this: God is the originator of the family and continues to hold the patent. The ideal, established at the beginning of humanity, is for one man and one woman to join in a spiritually and physically committed union for a lifetime, conceiving and rearing children (Genesis –28;21–25).

Clearly, this. Christianity, religion founded in Palestine by the followers of of the world's major religions, it predominates in Europe and the Americas, where it has been a powerful historical force and cultural influence, but it also claims adherents in virtually every country of the world.

Typical studies of marriage and family in the early Christian period focus on very limited evidence found in Scripture.

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A companion to families in the Greek and Roman worlds. Fanny Dolyansky, ‘Celebrating the Saturnalia: Religious Ritual and Roman Domestic Life’, pp. Adolf Von Harnack, HARNACK, ADOLF VON (–), was a German Protestant church historian and theologian.

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MOXNES, Halvor, ed., Constructing Early Christian Families: Family as Social Reality and Metaphor. London and New York: Routledge, Pp. xvi + Author: Mary Mills. [1] A brief suggested bibliography for the early Christian family includes: Halvor Moxnes, ed., Constructing Early Christian Families: Family as Social Reality and Metaphor (London: Routledge, ); David L.

Balch and Carolyn Osiek, eds., Families in the New Testament World: Households and House Churches (Louisville: KY: Westminster John Knox, ); and David. Journal of Early Christian Studies focuses on the study of Christianity in the context of late ancient societies and religions from C.E.

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