The Alter-Imperial Paradigm: Empire Studies & the Book of Revelation

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BRILL, 30 okt. 2015 - 314 pagina's
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In The Alter-Imperial Paradigm Shane J. Wood examines the socio-historical context of Revelation from an imperial subject's perspective to offer intriguing new insights on the text of Revelation (esp. 20:1-10) with significant implications for Empire Studies throughout the New Testament.
 

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Introduction
1
Part 1 The Emergence of the AlterImperial Paradigm
29
Chapter 1 The Origins of Empire Studies
31
Chapter 2 Empire Studies and the AlterImperial Paradigm
57
Part 2 The Construction of the Sovereign Narrative and Points of Conversation
75
Chapter 3 The Sovereign Narrative of the Roman Empire
77
The External and Internal Evidence
110
The SocioHistorical Context of the FlavianDynasty
132
710
189
Revelation and Empire Studies
217
The Relation of Dominance and Resistance from James C Scott
245
The Relation of Dominance and Resistance from James C Scott
246
The Dynamics of the Subject Narrative
247
Bibliography of Works Cited
248
Index of Modern Authors
273
Index of Ancient Sources
278

Part 3 The AlterImperial Paradigm and the Book of Revelation
187

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