Dunn - Beginning From Jerusalem

Beginning From Jerusalem - James D. G. Dunn

CHRISTIANITY IN THE MAKING  Volume 2

 
This is the second volume in a projected trilogy Christianity in the Making, in  which I allempt to trace and examine the history of Christianity's beginnings well into the second century. The first volume, Jesus Remembered, focused ex­clusively on the person to whom the origins of Christianity can undoubtedly betraced.
 
It included an exposition of the critical historical method on which the whole enterprise is undertaken, including recognition of the fact of faith as part of the historical data and of the fimction of faith as integral to the critical histori­cal dialogue. These methodological considerations continue to guide the histori­cal studies of the present volume. Some of the first volume's critique of the sources available to us for the period is also relevant here.
 

Beginning From Jerusalem - James D. G. Dunn

 
Contents
List of Maps xii
Preface xiii
PART SIX: WRITING A HISTORY
OF CHRISTIANITY'S BEGINNINGS
20. The Quest for the Historical Church 3
20.1 Defining Terms 4
20.2 From Jesus to Paul 17
20.3 From Jewish Sect to Gentile Rehgion 29
21. The Sources 52
21.1 External Sources 53
21.2 The Acts of the Apostles 64
21.3 The Speeches in Acts 87
21.4 The Letters of Paul 98
21.5 Jesus Tradition 111
21.6 Conclusion — and a Note on Procedure 127
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CONTENTS
PART SEVEN: THE FIRST PHASE
22. Beginning in Jerusalem 133
22.1 One Community or Several? 133
22.2 Between Easter and Pentecost 138
22.3 Pentecost 156
23. The Earliest Community 172
23.1 The Social Character of the First Christian Community 172
23.2 The Religious Character of the First Christian Community 185
23.3 Leadership 206
23.4 Beliefs about Jesus 212
23.5 The Significance of Jesus' death 230
23.6 In Sum — a Messianic Sect 238
24. The Hellenists and the First Outreach 241
24.1 A New Phase 242
24.2 Who Were the Hellenists? 246
24.3 The Seven 254
24.4 Stephen 257
24.5 The Speech Attributed to Stephen 265
24.6 The First Persecution — against Whom Was It Directed? 274
24.7 The Mission of Philip 278
24.8 The Breakthrough at Antioch 292
24.9 A Hellenist/Antiochene Theology? 308
25. The Emergence of Paul 322
25.1 The Early Life and Education of Saul 323
25.2 The Persecutor' (Gal. 1.23) 335
25.3 'Approaching Damascus, about Noon' 346
25.4 The Origin of Paul's Gospel 357
25.5 The Immediate Aftermath and Tunnel Period 362
26. The Mission of Peter 378
26.1 Mission to 'the Circumcision' 379
26.2 Caesarea as a Pivotal Point 383
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26.3 The Conversion of Peter 389
26.4 The Acceptance of Cornehus 396
26.5 Anxious Times under Herod Agrippa I (Acts 12) 402
26.6 A Distinctive Petrine Theology? 414
27. Crisis and Confrontation 416
27.1 Mission from Antioch (Acts 13-14) 417
27.2 The Crisis 438
27.3 The Council in Jerusalem 446
27.4 Confrontation — the Incident at Antioch 470
27.5 The Truth of the Gospel 482
27.6 The Outcome 489
PART EIGHT: APOSTLE TO THE GENTILES
28. Dates, Destinations and Distances 497
28.1 The Chronology of Paul's Life and Mission 497
28.2 Travels and Travails 512
29. Paul the Apostle 519
29.1 The Second Founder of Christianity 519
29.2 Who Did Paul Think He Was? 522
29.3 The Apostle 530
29.4 Paul's Strategy 541
29.5 Paul's Tactics 555
29.6 Paul's Co-workers 566
29.7 Paul's Gospel 572
29.8 Paul the Pastor and Letter Writer 587
30. Paul's Churches 598
30.1 Why 'Church'? 599
30.2 House Churches — the Archaeological Evidence 601
30.3 An Association or a Religious Cult? 608
30.4 The Social Composition of Paul's Churches 622
30.5 The Organization of Paul's Churches 637
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CONTENTS
30.6 Their Meetings 641
30.7 Boundaries 648
30.8 The Christian Network 654
30.9 Conclusion 657
31. The Aegean Mission: Phase One 660
31.1 The Aegean Mission 660
31.2 The Beginnings of the Aegean Mission 663
31.3 Confrontation in Athens 682
31.4 The Founding of the Church in Corinth 692
31.5 Paul's First Letter to the Thessalonians 703
31.6 Paul's Second Letter to the Thessalonians 714
31.7 Paul's Letter to the Galatians 720
32. The Aegean Mission: Phase Two 747
32.1 Intermission 747
32.2 The Founding of the Church in Ephesus 762
32.3 Between Ephesus and Corinth 780
32.4 The First of Paul's Letters to the Corinthians 786
32.5 The Second of Paul's Letters to the Corinthians
(1 Corinthians) 787
32.6 The Third of Paul's Letters to the Corinthians 831
32.7 The Fourth of Paul's Letters to the Corinthians
(2 Corinthians) 834
33. The Close of a Chapter 858
33.1 A Final Circuit 858
33.2 The Reasons for Romans 863
33.3 Paul's Letter to Rome 875
33.4 The Collection 932
33.5 The Testament of Paul (Acts 20.17-38) 947
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PART NINE: THE END OF THE BEGINNING
34. The Passion of Paul 957
34.1 Arrest in Jerusalem 959
34.2 Trials and Tribulations 972
34.3 And So to Rome 992
34.4 Paul's Letter to the Philippians 1011
34.5 Paul's Letter to Philemon 1029
34.6 The Letter to the Colossians 1035
34.7 When Did Paul Die? 1052
35. The Voiceless Peter 1058
35.1 The Later Mission of Peter 1058
35.2 Persecution under Nero 1068
35.3 The Martyrdom of Peter 1071
35.4 The Lasting Significance of Peter 1075
36. Catastrophe in Judea 1077
36.1 The Church in Jerusalem 1077
36.2 The Death of James 1090
36.3 What Happened to the Jerusalem Church? 1096
36.4 The Fall of Jerusalem 1100
37. The Legacy of the First-Generation Leadership 1105
37.1 Paul — the Letter to the Ephesians 1106
37.2 James — the Letter of James 1122
37.3 Peter — the Letter of Peter (1 Peter) 1147
37.4 The End of the Beginning 1166
 
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