Narrative summaries in Acts of the Apostles. First summary account

Matjaz Celarc

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/BPTh.2021.007

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The article presents the reading of the first summary narrative account in the Acts of the Apostles by adopting Point of View Analysis together with the Intertextual Reading of the Isaianic prophecies. The articles thus shed light on the nascent Christian community that enjoys God’s blessing through welcoming homes and table-fellowship among the community members.


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point of view analysis; intertextual reading; Isaianic New Exodus; nascent community

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