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The Exorcism stories in Luke-Acts : a sociostylistic reading

Todd Klutz
This is the first book in English to situate the Lukan exorcism stories within their ancient cultural context, including popular belief as well as official religion. Close linguistic analysis sheds light on the Jewishness of the text and the understanding of exorcism within the hellenized Jewish religious world
eBook, English, 2004
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2004
1 online resource (xii, 299 pages)
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Introduction; 1. Sociostylistics and the exorcism in Luke 4:33–37; 2. Purity and the exorcism in Luke 8:26–39; 3. Discipleship and the exorcism in Luke 9:37–43a; 4. Paul, Jewish identity, and the exorcism in Acts 16:16–18; Conclusion.
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