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by Michelle Slee


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Communion and Conflict Book InformationThe Church in Antioch in the First Century CE. Communion and Conflict. Communion and Conflict Michelle Slee Pp. xiv + 214 (Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series, 24. London Sheffield Academic Press (A Continuum Imprint) 2003 0 4 and 0 9 Hardback £60; paper . Sheffield Academic Press.

Series: The Library of New Testament Studies Categories: NT Church History, Apostolic Period. The book explores the problems faced by the church in Antioch in the mid-first century CE once the decision was taken to welcome Gentiles into the church. Slee argues that a particular problem was the celebration of the Eucharist, since some Jewish Christians felt that the table-fellowship this involved inevitably brought the risk of contamination (because of Gentile contact with idolatry).

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The book explores the problems faced by the church in Antioch in the mid-first century CE once the decision was taken to welcome Gentiles into the church. Slee argues that a particular problem was the celebration of the Eucharist, since some Jewish Christians felt that the table-fellowship this involved inevitably brought the risk of contamination (because of Gentile The book explores the problems faced by the church in Antioch in the mid-first century CE once the decision was taken to welcome Gentiles into the church.

The book explores the problems faced by the church in Antioch in the mid-first century CE once the decision was taken to welcome Gentiles into the church

The book explores the problems faced by the church in Antioch in the mid-first century CE once the decision was taken to welcome Gentiles into the church. Slee argues that a particular problem was the celebration of the Eucharist, since some Jewish Christians felt that the table-fellowship this involved inevitably brought the risk of contamination (because of Gentile contact with idolatry)

The book explores the problems faced by the church in Antioch in the . Thus even at the end of the first century CE the Antioch church was still divided on the issue.

Dimensions: . 2 X . 4 X . 7 (inches) Weight: 13 ounces ISBN: 0567083829 ISBN-13: 9780567083821 Series: Sheffield Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Stock No: WW083821. Publisher's Description. ▲.

The book explores the problems faced by the church in Antioch in the mid-first century CE once the decision was taken to welcome Gentiles into the church

book by Michelle Slee.

The New Testament is the second part of the Christian biblical canon, the first being the Old Testament. The New Testament discusses the teachings and person of Jesus, as well as events in first-century Christianity

The New Testament is the second part of the Christian biblical canon, the first being the Old Testament. The New Testament discusses the teachings and person of Jesus, as well as events in first-century Christianity. Christians regard both the Old and New Testaments together as sacred scripture.

The book explores the problems faced by the church in Antioch in the mid-first century CE once the decision was taken to welcome Gentiles into the church. Slee argues that a particular problem was the celebration of the Eucharist, since some Jewish Christians felt that the table-fellowship this involved inevitably brought the risk of contamination (because of Gentile contact with idolatry). She suggests this was the subject debated at the Jerusalem conference described in Acts 15 and Galatians 2, and it was the eventual decision of the Antioch church to hold separate Eucharists that led to Paul's break with the church (Gal 2:11-14). Thus even at the end of the first century CE the Antioch church was still divided on the issue.

The Church in Antioch in the First Century CE: Communion and Conflict (The Library of New Testament Studies) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0567083821

ISBN: 0567083829

Author: Michelle Slee

Category: History

Subcategory: World

Language: English

Publisher: T&T Clark; 1 edition (July 30, 2004)

Pages: 224 pages

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Perius
1 - I disagree with the conclusion of the book, which definitely has some affect on my view of the book.
2A - THIS IS A WORTHY READ ON THE SUBJECT, though others have taken up the subject of the Acts-Galatians/Antioch Incident issue elsewhere. M. Slee does a good job at bringing together other works on this subject, so this is a more up-to-date look in favor of an Antioch church-Paul split relationship based on an interpretation of the Galatians account as such.
2B - The general perspective of the two accounts, in Acts and in Galatians, of Paul's Jerusalem and in-Antioch experiences, does not lead to the conclusion proposed of a break in the Antioch-Paul relationship, namely due to the obvious writing of Galatians prior to Acts 18 (Paul's last Acts visit there). So a broken relationship cannot account for the visit of Paul between his 2nd & 3rd missionary journeys.
3 - M. Slee's look at the conflict issues based on this text is worth reading, as it shows a good understanding of the inter-personal issues within a community.
Perius
1 - I disagree with the conclusion of the book, which definitely has some affect on my view of the book.
2A - THIS IS A WORTHY READ ON THE SUBJECT, though others have taken up the subject of the Acts-Galatians/Antioch Incident issue elsewhere. M. Slee does a good job at bringing together other works on this subject, so this is a more up-to-date look in favor of an Antioch church-Paul split relationship based on an interpretation of the Galatians account as such.
2B - The general perspective of the two accounts, in Acts and in Galatians, of Paul's Jerusalem and in-Antioch experiences, does not lead to the conclusion proposed of a break in the Antioch-Paul relationship, namely due to the obvious writing of Galatians prior to Acts 18 (Paul's last Acts visit there). So a broken relationship cannot account for the visit of Paul between his 2nd & 3rd missionary journeys.
3 - M. Slee's look at the conflict issues based on this text is worth reading, as it shows a good understanding of the inter-personal issues within a community.
Thomand
Slee continues the work of Dunn, Sanders, Hengel, et.al. to construct the historical circumstances of the Church in Antioch based on Acts 15, Galatians 2, and extra biblical material. She then demonstrates how this setting, based on a Jewish-Christian conflict with Gentile-Christians over the requirements for tablefellowship, influenced the construction of the Didache and Matthean text. Highly recommended for scholars and congregational leaders who look at the early church for inspiration.
Thomand
Slee continues the work of Dunn, Sanders, Hengel, et.al. to construct the historical circumstances of the Church in Antioch based on Acts 15, Galatians 2, and extra biblical material. She then demonstrates how this setting, based on a Jewish-Christian conflict with Gentile-Christians over the requirements for tablefellowship, influenced the construction of the Didache and Matthean text. Highly recommended for scholars and congregational leaders who look at the early church for inspiration.