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By Margaret Beirne

Usually esteemed through biblical authors, Cushites have been seen as an ethnic crew like many of the countries pointed out within the Hebrew Bible. in reality, this learn additionally unearths that there has been huge touch among Cushites and the folk of Judah through the biblical interval. It concludes by means of suggesting that biblical students have to severely re-examine their realizing of Cushites and the position this humans performed within the heritage of the Levant".

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9. 82. Among the earliest scholars to make this observation were Morgenthaler, Die lukanische Geschichtsschreibung; H J . Cadbury, The Making of Luke-Acts (London: SPCK, 1958), pp. 233-35; Parvey, Theology and Leadership', pp. 138-42; and H. Flender, StLuke, Theologian of Redemptive History (trans. H. and I. Fuller; London: SPCK, 1967). More recently, Swidler, Biblical Affirmations, p. 164; Maly, 'Women and the Gospel of Luke', pp. F. O'Toole, The Unity of Luke's Theology: An Analysis of Luke-Acts (Wilmington, DE: Michael Glazier, 1984), pp.

See also Flender, St Luke, p. 9, nn. 2, 29; Cadbury, The Making of Luke-Acts, p. 234; Schaberg, 'Luke', p. 278; Kopas, 'Jesus and Women', p. 196. 117. As Culpepper {Anatomy, p. 7) observes, 'much of the power of the Fourth Gospel comes from its vivid characterisations and their effects upon the reader'. In his article 'Representative Figures of the Fourth Gospel', DR 94-95 (1976), pp. F. Collins acknowledges the importance of the Johannine characters as representative of various faith responses, but tends to limit them to 'individuals who have been type-cast' (p.

J. Moloney, 'To Teach the Text: The New Testament in a New Age', Pac 11 (1998), pp. 159-80 (159-69). 121. See Seim, The Double Message, p. 24. 31). 123 Through this technique of'pairing' male and female characters, the evangelist demonstrates that the new family of disciples established by the Johannine Jesus is decidedly and equally inclusive of women and men. The Johannine gender pairs proposed in this study are: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 24-29). The common Johannine theme for all six 'pairs' is located in each character's faith encounter with Jesus and what the reader learns of Jesus' identity from the verbal and non-verbal cues which make up those encounters.

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