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    Gerard Mussies
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Dio and the New Testament,2 but it is unsatisfactory. This book consists of a huge. 2 Gerhard Mussies, Dio Chrysostom and the New Testament (Studia ad Corpus. Hellenisticum Novi Testamenti 21; Leiden: Brill, 1972).

Dio and the New Testament,2 but it is unsatisfactory. 1 Luke T. Johnson, Among the Gentiles: Greco-Roman Religion and Christianity (Anchor. 158. collection of concordance-type parallels, but mostly of a secondary and purely verbal. The Olympic Oration is treated on a half-page (p. 19).

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Dio Chrysostom, Dion of Prusa or Dio Cocceianus (c. 40 – c. 115 AD), was a Greek orator, writer, philosopher and historian of the Roman Empire in the 1st century AD. Eighty of his Discourses (or Orations; Λόγοι) are extant, as well as a few Letters and a funny mock essay "In Praise of Hair", as well as a few other fragments. His surname Chrysostom comes from the Greek chrysostomos (χρυσόστομος), which literally means "golden-mouthed".

Aelius Aristides and the New Testament (Studia ad Corpus Hellenisticum Novi Testamenti 6), Leiden: Brill, 1980, X+115 p.

Aelius Aristides and the New Testament (Studia ad Corpus Hellenisticum Novi Testamenti 6), Leiden: Brill, 1980, X+115 pp. Save to Library. by Pieter van der Horst. (with G. Mussies), Studies on the Hellenistic Background of the New Testament (Utrechtse Theologische Reeks 10), Utrecht: Rijksuniversiteit, 1990; 242 pag.

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Mussies, . Dio Chrysostom and the New Testament (Leiden, Brill . Dio Chrysostom, Discourses I. 23. Dio Chrysostom and the New Testament (Leiden, Brill, 1972)esp. On the picture of Paul as a travelling sophist see Hock, R. The Social Context of Paul's Ministry (Philadelphia, Fortress Press, 1980). 2 (noted by Mussies, op. cit. 178).

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