Power, status and influence in Paul’s Corinth – Student dissertation (part 2) @richard_goode @isabellaruth — Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception


In Part 1 of Newman graduand Isabella Wray‘s examination of Paul’s use of ‘slave’ and ‘freedman’ in 1 Corinthians 7:20-24 she described the geopolitical setting of Corinth and emphasised how the tumultuous events of the re-establishment of this Roman colony contributed to creating a climate in which social advancement was made possible even for those […]

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