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Bibliogr. p. 207-217.
Becoming Christians : letter writing as community formation -- Memory and identity : the gospels as Jesus-biographies -- Acts and apocalypse : ambivalent living under the Roman Empire -- Included or excluded : when was the New Testament created? -- 'Christianity goes to press' : the communication history of the New Testament -- '... Their eyes were opened and they recognised him.' : glimpses and receptions of the Jesus story -- Race, class and gender 'in Christ'? : the ambiguous reception history of Galatians 3:28 -- Historical readings : how modernity shaped New Testament scholarship -- 'Reading from this place' : Paul in recent interpretations -- Where is the future of the New Testament?