One Human Being, Three Early Christian Anthropologies An Assessment of Acta Andreae's Tenor on the Basis of Its Anthropological Views

in Vigiliae Christianae
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Abstract

In spite of the important advances in the scholarly research of Acta Andreae during the twentieth century, the 1980's saw the revival of the old-fashioned and unjustified interpretation of the Acts as the product of an "orthodox" pen. By means of an internal analysis of its thought that focuses on the text's anthropological views, the present study argues that this view is hardly tenable and attempts to determine the orientation of Acta Andreae's mentality.

One Human Being, Three Early Christian Anthropologies An Assessment of Acta Andreae's Tenor on the Basis of Its Anthropological Views

in Vigiliae Christianae

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