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FC; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Abbreviations; Contributors; Editors' Preface; 1. Introduction: J. Brian Tucker and Coleman A. Baker; Part 1: Methodological Studies; 2. An Outline of Social Identity Theory -- Philip F. Esler; 3. Social History and Social Theory in the Study of Social Identity -- Andrew D. Clarke and J. Brian Tucker; 4. Ethnicity and Social Identity -- Aaron Kuecker; 5. Ritual and Social Identity: The Deutero-Pauline Shaping of Early Christianity -- Minna Shkul; 6. Letter Writing and Social Identity -- Matthew J. Marohl.
7. A Narrative-Identity Model for Biblical Interpretation: The Role of Memory and Narrative in Social Identity Formation -- Coleman A. Baker8. Nodes of Objective Socialization and Subjective Reflection in Identity: Galatian Identity in an Imperial Context -- Robert L. Brawley; Part 2: Textual Studies; 9. Group Norms and Prototypes in Matthew 5.3-12: A Social Identity Interpretation of the Matthaean Beatitudes -- Philip F. Esler; 10. Suffering and the Creation of Christian Identity in the Gospel of Mark -- Paul Middleton.
11. Textual Orientations: Jesus, Written Texts, and the Social Construction of Identity in the Gospel of Luke -- Rafael Rodríguez12. Filial Piety and Violence in Luke-Acts and the Aeneid: A Comparative Analysis of Two Trans-Ethnic Identities -- Aaron Kuecker; 13. Social Identities, Subgroups, and John's Gospel: Jesus the Prototype and Pontius Pilate (John 18.28-19.16) -- Warren Carter; 14. Children of Abraham, the Restoration of Israel and the Eschatological Pilgrimage of the Nations: What Does it Mean for 'In Christ' Identity? -- Christopher Zoccali.
15. Social Identity and Conflict in Corinth: 1 Corinthians 11.17-34 in Context -- Mark Finney16. 'If Anyone is in Christ, New Creation: The Old has Gone, the New has Come' (2 Corinthians 5.17): New Creation and Temporal Comparison in Social Identity Formation in 2 Corinthians -- Kar Yong Lim; 17. Galatians 2.1-14 as Depiction of the Church's Early Struggle for Community-Identity Construction -- Atsuhiro Asano; 18. Adopted Siblings in the Household of God: Kinship Lexemes in the Social Identity Construction of Ephesians -- Daniel K. Darko.
19. Echoes of Paul's Philippians in Polycarp: Texts that Create Identity -- Sergio Rosell Nebreda20. New Identity and Cultural Baggage: Identity and Otherness in Colossians -- Minna Shkul; 21. Stereotyping and Institutionalization as Indications of Leadership Maintenance in the Pastoral Epistles: 1 Timothy as a Test Case -- Jack Barentsen; 22. Paul's Particular Problem -- The Continuation of Existing Identities in Philemon -- J. Brian Tucker; 23. Social Identity in the Epistle to the Hebrews -- Steven Muir.
24. Calling on the Diaspora: Nativism and Diaspora Identity in the Letter of James -- K. Jason Coker.
Combining the insights of many leading New Testament scholars writing on the use of social identity theory this new reference work provides a comprehensive handbook to the construction of social identity in the New Testament. Part one examines key methodological issues and the ways in which scholars have viewed and studied social identity, including different theoretical approaches, and core areas or topics which may be used in the study of social identity, such as food, social memory, and ancient media culture. Part two presents worked examples and in-depth textual studies covering core passa.