6. Lukan

Arlandson, J. M. Women, Class, and Society in Early Christianity: Models from Luke Acts. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1997.

Autero, E. "Social Status in Luke's Infancy Narrative: Zechariah the Priest". BTB 41 (2011): 36-45.

Bartchy, S. S. "Divine Power, Community Formation, and Leadership in the Acts of the Apostles". Pages 89-104 in Community Formation. Edited by R. N. Longenecker. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 2002.

Barton, S. C. "Sociology and Theology". Pages 459-72 in Witness to the Gospel. Edited by I. H. Marshall & D. G. Peterson. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1997.

Batten, A. "Dishonour, Gender and the Parable of the Prodigal Son". Toronto Journal of Theology 13 (1997): 187-200.

Bernabé-Ubieta, C. "Mary Magdalen and the Seven Demons in Social-Scientific Perspective".  Pages 203-23 in Tranformative Encounters: Jesus & Women Re-viewed. Edited by I. R. Kitzberger. BINS. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2000.

Bondi, R. A. "Become Such as I Am: St. Paul in the Acts of the Apostles". BTB 27 (1997): 164-76.

Combrink, H. J. B. "A Social-Scientific Perspective on the Parable of the 'Unjust' Steward (Lk 16:1-8a)". Neot 30 (1996): 281-306.

Czachesz, I. "Magic and Mind: Toward a Cognitive Theory of Magic, with Special Attention to the Canonical and Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles". Annali di Storia dell' Esegesi 24 (2007): 295-321.

Daube, D. "Shame Culture in Luke". Pages 355-72 in Paul and Paulinism. Edited M. D. Hooker & S. G. Wilson. London: SPCK, 1982.

de Vos, C. S. "Finding a Charge that Fits: The Accusation against Paul and Silas at Philippi (Acts 16.19-21)". JSNT 74 (1999): 51-63.
_____. "The Meaning of 'Good News to the Poor' in Luke's Gospel: The Parable of Lazarus and the Rich-Man as a Test Case". Pages 67-86 in In Other Words: Essays on Social Science Methods and the New Testament in Honor of Jerome H. Neyrey. Edited by A. C. Hagedorn, Z. A. Crook & E. Stewart. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.
_____. "Social-Scientific Criticism and the Lukan Divorce-Saying (Luke 16:18)". Lutheran Theological Journal 41 (2007): 37-47
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Destro, A. & M. Pesce. "Fathers and Householders in the Jesus Movement: The Perspective of the Gospel of Luke". BibInt 11 (2003): 211-38.

Draper, J. A. "Church-State Conflict in the Book of Acts: A South African Perspective". JTSA 97 (1997): 39-52.

Elliott, J. H. "Household and Meals vs. Temple Purity Replication Patterns in Luke-Acts". BTB 21 (1991): 102-8.
_____. "Peter, Silvanus, and Mark in 1 Peter and Acts: Sociological-Exegetical Perspectives on a Petrine Group in Rome". Pages 250-67 in Wort in der Zeit. Edited by W. Haubeck & M. Bachmann. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1980.
_____. "Temple versus Household in Luke-Acts: A Contrast in Social Institutions". Pages 211-40 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.

Esler, P. F. Community and Gospel in Luke-Acts: The Social and Political Motivations of Lukan Theology. SNTSMS 57. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987.
_____. "Glossolalia and the Admission of Gentiles into the Early Christian Community". BTB 22 (1992): 136-42.
_____. "Jesus and the Reduction of Intergroup Conflict: The Parable of the Good Samaritan in the Light of Social Identity Theory". BibInt 8 (2000): 325-57.
_____. "The Socio-Redaction Criticism of Luke-Acts". Pages 123-50 in Social-Scientific Approaches to New Testament Interpretation. Edited by D. G. Horrell. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1999.

Estrada, N. P. From Followers to Leaders: The Apostles in the Ritual of Status Transformation in Acts 1-2. JSNTSup 255. London: T&T Clark, 2004.

Fiensy, D. A. "The Importance of New Testament Background Studies in Biblical Research: The 'Evil Eye' in Luke 11:34 as a Case Study". Stone-Campbell Journal 2 (1999): 75-88.

Garrett, S. R. The Demise of the Devil: Magic and the Demonic in Luke's Writings. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1989.

Gowler, D. B. "Characterization in Luke: A Socio-Narratological Approach". BTB 19 (1989): 54-62.
_____. "Hospitality and Characterization in Luke 11:37-54: A Socio-Narratological Approach". Semeia 64 (1993): 213-51.
_____. "Text, Culture and Ideology in Luke 7:1-10: A Dialogic Reading". Pages 89-125 in Fabrics of Discourse
. Edited by D. B. Gowler, L. G. Bloomquist & D. F. Watson. Harrisburg: TPI, 2003.

Green, J. B. "The Nature of Conversion in the Acts of the Apostles". Pages 327-34 in San Luca Evangelista Testimone Della Fede Che Unisce. Edited by G. Leonardi & F. G. B. Trolese. Padova: Instituto per la Storia Ecclesiastica Padovana, 2002.

Grimshaw, J. "Luke's Market Exchange District: Decentering Luke's Rich Urban Center". Semeia 86 (1999): 33-51.

Joubert, S. J. "The Jerusalem Community as Role-Model for a Cosmopolitan Christian Group: A Socio-Literary Analysis of Luke's Symbolic Universe". Neot 29 (1995): 49-59.

Kirk, A. "Peasant Wisdom, the 'Our Father' and the Origins of Christianity". Toronto Journal of Theology 15 (1999): 31-50.

Kraybill, D. B. & D. M. Sweetland. "Possessions in Luke-Acts: A Sociological Perspective". PRS 10 (1983): 215-39.

Kuecker, A. The Spirit and the 'Other': Social Identity, Ethnicity and Intergroup Reconciliation in Luke-Acts. London: T&T Clark, FORTHCOMING.

LaHurd, C. S. "Rediscovering the Lost Women in Luke 15". BTB 24 (1994): 66-76.
_____. "Re-viewing Luke 15 with Arab Christian Women". Pages 246-68 in A Feminist Companion to Luke
. Edited by A.-J. Levine. London: Sheffield Academic Press, 2002.

Lamoreaux, J. T. "Social Identity, Boundary Breaking, and Ritual: Saul's Recruitment on the Road to Damascus". BTB 38 (2008): 122-34.

Land, D. H. Diffusion of Ecclesiastical Authority: Sociological Dimensions of Leadership in the Book of Acts. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2008.

Landry, D. T. & B. May. "Honor Restored: New Light on the Parable of the Prudent Steward (Luke 16:1-8a)". JBL 119 (2000): 287-309.

Loba-Mkole, J.-C. "The Social Setting of Jesus' Exaltation in Luke-Acts (Lk 22:69 and Ac 7:56)". Hervormde Teologiese Studies 61 (2005): 291-326.

Love, S. L. "Women and Men at Hellenistic Symposia Meals in Luke". Pages 198-210 in Modelling Early Christianity. Edited by P. F. Esler. London: Routledge, 1995.

Lygre, J. G. "Of What Charges? (Luke 16:1-2)". BTB 32 (2002): 21-28.

Malina, B. J. "Reading Theory Perspective: Reading Luke-Acts". Pages 3-23 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.

Malina, B. J. & J. H. Neyrey, "Conflict in Luke-Acts: Labelling and Deviance Theory". Pages 97-122 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991. 
_____. "First Century Personality: Dyadic, Not Individualistic". Pages 67-96 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.
_____. "Honor and Shame in Luke-Acts: Pivotal Values of the Mediterranean World". Pages 25-65 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.
_____. "Meals and the New Community in Luke". SEÅ 51/2 (1986/7): 158-67.

Malina, B. J. & J. J. Pilch. Social Science Commentary on the Book of Acts. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2008.

Maynard-Reid, P. U. Complete Evangelism: The Luke-Acts Model? Scottdale, PA: Herald, 1997.

McCabe, D. R. How to Kill Things with Words: Ananias and Sapphira under the Prophetic Speech-Act of Divine Judgment (Acts 4.32-5.11). London: T&T Clark, FORTHCOMING.

McVann, M. "Rituals of Status Transformation in Luke-Acts: The Case of Jesus the Prophet". Pages 333-60 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.

Moxnes, H. "The Economy in the Gospel of Luke in Light of Social Anthropology". Pages 1-35 in Economy in the New Testament. Edited by H. Moxnes. Oslo: University of Oslo Press, 1987.
_____. The Economy of the Kingdom: Social Conflict and Economic Relations in Luke's Gospel. OBT. Philadelphia: Fortress, 1988.
_____. "Kingdom Takes Place: Transformations of Place and Power in the Kingdom of God and the Gospel of Luke". Pages 176-209 in Social Scientific Models for Interpreting the Bible. Edited by J. J. Pilch. BINS 53. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2000.
_____. "Patron-Client Relations and the New Community in Luke-Acts". Pages 241-68 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991. 
_____. "The Social Context of Luke's Community". Int 48 (1994): 379-89.
_____. "Where is 'Fllowing Jesus'? Masculinity and Place in Luke's Gospel".
Pages 155-70 in In Other Words: Essays on Social Science Methods and the New Testament in Honor of Jerome H. Neyrey. Edited by A. C. Hagedorn, Z. A. Crook & E. Stewart. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2007.

Mullen, J. P. Dining with Pharisees. Interfaces. Collegeville, MN: Michael Glazier, 2004.

Neyrey, J. H. "Acts 17, Epicureans and Theodicy: A Study in Stereotypes." Pages 118-34 in Greeks, Romans, and Christians. Edited by D. L. Balch & W. A. Meeks. Minneapolis: Fortress, 1990. 
_____. "Ceremonies in Luke-Acts: The Case of Meals and Table-Fellowship". Pages 361-87 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.
_____. "Luke's Social Location of Paul: Cultural Anthropology and the Status of Paul in Acts". Pages 251-79 in History, Literature and Society in the Book of Acts. Edited by B. Witherington III. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
_____. (ed.) The Social World of Luke-Acts: Models for Interpretation. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.
_____. "The Symbolic Universe of Luke-Acts: 'They Turn the World Upside Down'". Pages 271-304 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.
_____. "'Teaching You in Public and from House to House' (Acts 20:20): A Cultural Stereotype". JSNT 26 (2003): 69-102.

Oakman, D. E. "The Countryside in Luke-Acts". Pages 151-79 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.
_____. "Was Jesus a Peasant? Implications for Reading the Samaritan Story (Luke 10:30-35)". BTB 22 (1992): 117-25.

Pilch, J. J. "Paul's Ecstatic Trance Experience near Damascus in Acts of the Apostles". Hervormde Teologiese Studies 58 (2002): 690-707.
_____. "Sickness and Healing in Luke-Acts". Pages 181-209 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.
_____. Stephen: Paul and the Hellenist Israelites. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2008.
_____. Visions and Healing in the Acts of the Apostles: How the Early Believers Experienced God: Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 2004.

Robbins, V. K. "Beelzebul Controversy in Mark and Luke: Rhetorical and Social Analysis". Forum 7.4 (1991): 261-77.
_____. "The Social Location of the Implied Author of Luke-Acts". Pages 305-32 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991.

Rohrbaugh, R. L. "A Dysfunctional Family and Its Neighbors: Luke 15:11-32". Pages 141-64 in Perspectives on the Parables. Edited by V. G. Shillington. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1998.
_____. "Legitimating Sonship? A Test of Honour: A Social-Scientific Study of Luke 4:1-30". Pages 183-97 in Modelling Early Christianity. Edited by P. F. Esler. London: Routledge, 1995.
_____. "The Pre-Industrial City in Luke-Acts: Urban Social Relations". Pages 125-49 in The Social World of Luke-Acts. Edited by J. H. Neyrey. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1991. 
_____. "Semiotic Behavior in Luke and John". Hervormde Teologiese Studies 58 (2002): 746-66.

Scaer, D. P. Lukan Passion and the Praiseworthy Death. Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2005.

Seland, T. Establishment Violence in Philo and Luke: A Study of Non-Conformity to the Torah & Jewish Vigilante Reactions. BINS 15. Leiden E. J. Brill 1995.
_____. "Once More––The Hellenists, Hebrews, and Stephen: Conflicts and Conflict-Management in Acts 6-7". Pages 169-207 in Recruitment, Conquest, and Conflict. Edited by P. Borgen, V. K. Robbins & D. B. Gowler. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1998.

Speckman, M. T. "Healing and Wholeness in Luke-Acts as Foundation for Economic Development: A Particular Reference to  o9loklhri/a in Acts 3:16". Neot 36 (2002): 97-109.

Spencer, F. S. Acts. Readings. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997.
_____. "The Ethiopian Eunuch and His Bible: A Social-Science Analysis". BTB 22 (1992): 155-65.
_____. "Paul's Odyssey in Acts: Status Struggles and Island Adventures". BTB 28 (1998): 150-59.

van Eck, E. "Social Memory and Identity: Luke 19:12b-24 and 27". BTB 41 (2011): 201-12.
_____. "When Patrons are not Patrons: A Social-Scientific Reading of the Richman and Lazarus (Lk 16:19-26)".
Hervormde Teologiese Studies 65 (2009): 346-56.

van Staden, P. Compassion––The Essence of Life: A Social-Scientific Study of the Religious Symbolic Universe Reflected in the Ideology/Theology of Luke. Pretoria: University of Pretoria Press, 1991.
_____. "A Sociological Reading of Luke 12:35-48". Neot 22 (1988): 337-53.

van Tilborg, S. & P. J. E. Chatelion-Counet. Jesus' Appearances and Disappearances in Luke 24. BINS 45. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 2000.

Waetjen, H. C. "The Subversion of 'World' by the Parable of the Friend at Midnight". JBL 120 (2001): 703-21.

Webber, R. C. "'Why Were the Heathen So Arrogant?': The Socio-Rhetorical Strategy of Acts 3-4". BTB 22 (1992): 19-25.