God, People, and Empire: Anti-Imperial Theology of Luke-Acts in Light of Jewish Portrayals of Gentile Rulers. Yamazaki-Ransom, K. Ph.D. Thesis, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, United States -- Illinois, 2006. 00001
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This study demonstrates that one of the ways Luke redefines the idea of the people of God in his two-volume work is by redefining the opponents of the people of God.
@phdthesis{ yamazaki-ransom_god_2006,
  address = {United States -- Illinois},
  type = {{Ph.D.}},
  title = {God, People, and Empire: Anti-Imperial Theology of Luke-Acts in Light of Jewish Portrayals of Gentile Rulers},
  copyright = {Copyright {UMI} - Dissertations Publishing 2006},
  shorttitle = {God, people, and empire},
  abstract = {This study demonstrates that one of the ways Luke redefines the idea of the people of God in his two-volume work is by redefining the opponents of the people of God.},
  school = {Trinity Evangelical Divinity School},
  author = {Yamazaki-Ransom, Kazuhiko},
  year = {2006},
  note = {00001},
  keywords = {Acts of the Apostles, Antiimperial theology, Gentile, Jewish, Luke-Acts, Philosophy, Roman Empire, Rulers, religion and theology}
}
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