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It is either with maxims that would have been learned at the primary level or with popular cliché poetry of the Hellenistic period. Only the echo of Homer in Paul’s voyage to Rome would indicate that the author had probably advanced to the secondary level of  Wifstrand, ‘Luke and Greek Classicism’, –.  MM, s. v.  See L.  (Cambridge: Cambridge University, ) –; M. Hengel and A. M. Schwemer, Paulus zwischen Damaskus und Antiochien: Die unbekannten Jahre des Apostels mit einem Beitrag von Ernst Axel Knauf (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, ) –; A.

Pairing of speeches is attested in scores of places in Greek historians. –). J. J. –).  See O. Padilla, The Speeches of Outsiders in Acts: Poetics, Theology and Historiography (Cambridge: Cambridge University, ) passim. Hellenistic παιδ1ία and Luke’s Education  levels of literate education. Strikingly, there was no intertextuality with prose authors, the domain of rhetorical education.  There will naturally be some objections to this conclusion, to which I now propose to give brief responses.

In the article, a text-centered approach to Nicodemus is complemented by asking how this ambiguous literary character may have functioned as a symbol for those who shared John’s dualistic tendencies. The article draws upon the social identity approach in order to explain how Nicodemus’s ambiguity may have helped the Johannine Christians to accept the uncertainties in their social environment without abandoning the stereotyped and fixed thrust in their symbolic world. –). His character has received a considerable amount of scholarly attention in recent decades.

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