Beginning from Galilee
Callaway, David Fuller
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Interest in Galilee is as old as the Gospels themselves, and in recent decades scholars have approached the region with great attention. Much of this focus has centered on historical methods to understand Galilean socio-economics, demographics, and architecture. Beginning from Galilee: An Exploration of the Use and Significance of Galilee in the Gospels and Acts builds on this body of research by incorporating narrative analyses of the Gospels and Acts to create a deeper understanding of the region and its importance in 1st Century CE Christianity. Each chapter is devoted to a particular Gospel author, allowing individually-tailored methodological approaches that will explore the Jewishness of Galilee and its significance to each evangelist.
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