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Sean A. Adams

Sean A. Adams, PhD (Cand.) University of Edinburgh, has edited volumes on Greek epistolography and the relationship between Lucian in the New Testament and has published articles on the genre and Greek style of Luke and Acts.

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Issues in Luke-Acts

Selected Essays
Series: Gorgias Handbooks 26
ISBN: 978-1-60724-160-7
This volume provides an introduction and engagement with the major critical issues in the study of Luke-Acts. As the study of Acts has become, once again, one of the major areas of focus within New Testament scholarship, this collection of essays presents an orientation to the major issues of Luke-Acts study, while providing fresh scholarship by senior scholars. This holistic overture addresses fundamental questions such as authorship, dating, textual concerns, sources, speeches and literary form(s).
$39.00

The Apology of Aristides on behalf of the Christians

Series: Text and Studies Vol.1, No. 1
ISBN: 1-59333-278-5
The Apology of Aristides is the earliest Christian apologia to have survived in its entirety. It was written as a defense of the new Christian way of life against its many rivals and opponents, and details some of its leading ethical precepts. Long thought to have been lost, this early second-century work was rediscovered in a Syriac translation in a seventh-century manuscript preserved in the monastery of St. Catherine on Mount Sinai. This volume contains not only the standard edition of the Syriac text with critical notes, but also the first English translation and a study of surviving fragments in Greek, which were subsequently identified in the 'Life of Barlaam and Josaphat' (an early Christian reworking of the life of Buddha).
$57.00

The Gospel of the Twelve Apostles With the Apocalypses of Each One of Them

Together with the Apocalypses of Each one of Them, ed. from the Syriac MS.
ISBN: 1-59333-008-1
Harris edits and translates into English an eighth-century Syriac version of the Gospel of the Twelve Apostles that belongs to a well-defined apocalyptic tradition.
$38.25