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Reading Recent Readings of Issues of Wealth and Poverty in Luke and Acts

Currents in Biblical Research , Volume 1 (2): 231 – Apr 1, 2003

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Sage Publications
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Copyright © 2003 by SAGE Publications
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1476-993X
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1476-993X
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10.1177/1476993X0300100207
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Reading Recent Readings of Issues of Wealth and Poverty in Luke and Acts

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Issues of wealth and poverty in the Third Gospel and Acts have attracted a great deal of scholarly interest since the rise of redaction criticism. This essay provides a survey of the most important readings of these issues from the mid 1960s to the present. Readings from a variety of critical perspectives (e.g. redaction, social-scientific, literary, and reader response) are considered. The authors examined in detail are D. Sweetland, D. Kraybill, L.T. Johnson, J. York, M. Prior, R.J. Cassidy, H.-J. Degenhardt, W. Schmithals, W. Stege mann, D.P. Seccombe, T.E. Schmidt, J. Koenig, K.-J. Kim, and S. Garrett.
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