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2019 | 10 | 1 | 93-101

Article title

Paul’s Death and Resurrection in Acts 27–28? A Literary Comparison with the Gospel of Luke

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PL
Paul’s Death and Resurrection in Acts 27–28? A Literary Comparison with the Gospel of Luke

Languages of publication

EN

Abstracts

PL
It was claimed more than once that the journey of Paul and his landing on the shore of Malta in the last two chapters of the Book of Acts can be interpreted as a theological parallel to the account of death and resurrection of Jesus. There are, to be sure, some reasonable arguments in favor of that, such as close relationship between death and death risk or similarities to the journey of Jonah. But can it be convincingly argued that Luke really did intend a parallelism of this kind in Acts 27-28? The paper deals with literary elements of Luke 23-24 in order to make this hypothesis more conclusive.

Year

Volume

10

Issue

1

Pages

93-101

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Dates

published
2019-03-21

Contributors

  • Humboldt University Berlin

References

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Publication order reference

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YADDA identifier

bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_31743_biban_4084
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