By João Belo Rodeia, Alberto Campo Baeza
Книга 2G Aires Mateus 2G Aires MateusКниги Строительство Год издания: 2003 Формат: pdf Издат.:GGili Страниц: 146 Размер: 28 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:-
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SITUATING ACTS 37 Acts and the Roman Empire Acts asserts the compatibility of the Christian faith with loyal subjection to the Roman Empire. Acknowledgment of this pro-Roman tendency in Luke-Acts is widespread in the scholarly literature. 46 In Conzelmann’s well-known iteration of this phenomenon, Luke-Acts strives to dissolve tensions between the reign of God and the reign of Rome by deferring the parousia into the distant future so that its promised upheaval sounds no imminent alarm for present-day rulers.
30 PERFECT MARTYR The “tongues” of Acts 2 are intelligible (1 Cor. 9: διὰ τῆς γλώσσης ἐὰν μὴ εὔσημον λόγον δῶτε, πῶς γνωσϑήσεται τὸ λαλούμενον;) and no woman is permitted to speak (1 Cor. 34). 13 But here, as throughout the text of Acts, the author works to smooth over those gaps, reassuring his patron that, in spite of any indication to the contrary, those who follow “the Way” do nothing to turn the world upside down. 15 For this reason, the rapier of a liberationist exegete of Acts is double-edged.
Multi-voiced, and tensive-conﬂictive,”3 and possess ideology or agency only within (or as an effect of) the speciﬁc histories in which they are read. ”4 Since a text has no agency in and of itself, and since an actual reader may be a resistant one, it is always theoretically possible to read a text in the service of liberation, even when the rhetorical markers within it do not easily lend themselves to such a reading. 5 To illustrate the distinction between readings that follow the rhetorical grain of a text and those that push against it, consider a stream of interpretation taken up by feminists and other theorists of domination who have engaged the book of Acts.