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"Reicke's approach to Pauline chronology has a unique flair compared to many other modern reconstructions. He accounted for all thirteen of Paul's letters, including the Pastoral Epistles, and has confidence in the basic accuracy of the description of Paul's career in the Acts of the Apostles." The Bible Today, July/August 2002
"This volume contains the culmination of much of Prof. Reicke's meticulous historical investigations on the early church. With that work he develops a unique reconstruction of the chronology of Paul's mission. Eschewing literary and theological questions and accepting the basic historical reliability of Acts allows Riecke to attribute all thirteen letters of the Pauline corpus to Paul without relying on a return to the Aegean region after his Roman imprisonment. All readers will find a significant challenge to commonly held reconstructions of Paul's mission and literary activity."--Sanford Lakoff
"The lectures make an important contribution and are a pleasure to read. Their clarity of style and originality of thought make them accessible to all, from beginning student to mature scholar. This book is recommended for all collections that include studies of the history of New Testament documents, as a possible alternative to prevailing views." L. Gaston, emeritus, Vancouver School of Theology, Choice, June 2002.--Sanford Lakoff
A re-examination of the dating of the deutero-Pauline letters that contradicts the generally accepted thesis that these letters were written after Paul's death.
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