Idol Food in Corinth: Jewish Background and Pauline Legacy
A&C Black, 1 jan. 1999 - 364 pagina's
This historical and exegetical investigation strongly challenges the widely held view that Paul regarded idol food as a matter of indifference, to be avoided only for the sake of the spiritual health of the weak. An exhaustive treatment of early Christian material shows that early authors were deeply influenced by Paul's discussion in 1 Corinthians 8-10, and yet they were totally unaware of the subsequent traditional understanding that Paul regarded idol food as indifferent. Even those who advocated eating idol food did not once appeal to Paul's discussion for support. An alternative understanding is proposed: Paul considers conscious consumption of idol food a denial of one's allegiance to Christ. One must avoid idol food if, and only if, it is identified as such.
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THE SOCIAL MEANING OF EATING IDOL FOOD
Assumptions and General Remarks
Clement of Alexandria
Later Patristic Writers
The Book of Acts
The Apostolic Fathers
Pagan References to Early Christian Attitudes toward Idol Food
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