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Paul: A Critical Life$
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Jerome Murphy-OʼConnor

Print publication date: 1998

Print ISBN-13: 9780192853424

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780192853424.001.0001

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Meetings and Meals: Jerusalem and Antioch

Meetings and Meals: Jerusalem and Antioch

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(p.130) 6 Meetings and Meals: Jerusalem and Antioch
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Paul: A Critical Life
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Jerome Murphy-oʼconnor

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780192853424.003.0006

After writing his Second Letter to the Thessalonians—with the hope of correcting their misinterpretations of his teaching—Paul himself does not tell what has happened in Thessalonica. However, Paul himself says that fourteen years after this first visit to Jerusalem, he returned as a Christian after establishing Christianity in Greece. This chapter argues that Paul made it perfectly clear that he was not an emissary of Jerusalem or a subordinate to Peter. Luke was aware that Barnabas was not Paul's companion on the ‘second journey’. Paul and Barnabas came to the Jerusalem conference as delegates of the church of Antioch. Paul however, insisted that he went up to Jerusalem on account of a revelation. The chapter also discusses Paul's and James' views on the circumcision of the Gentiles.

Keywords:   Second Letter, emissary, Jerusalem, Peter, Luke, Barnabas, second journey, church of Antioch, circumcision, Gentiles

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