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Aasgaard, R. (1997), ‘Brotherhood in Plutarch and Paul: Its Role and Character’, in H. Moxnes (ed.), Constructing Early Christian Families: Family as Social Reality and Metaphor (London: Routledge), 166–97. Find it in your Library

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Barclay, J. M. G. (1992), ‘Thessalonica and Corinth: Social Contrasts in Pauline Christianity’, JSNT 47: 49–74. Find it in your Library

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Bassler, J. M. (1995), ‘Skeuos: A Modest Proposal for Illuminating Paul's Use of Metaphor in 1 Thessalonians 4:4 ’, in White and Yarbrough (1995: 53–66). Find it in your Library

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Best, E. (1972), A Commentary on the First and Second Epistles to the Thessalonians, Black's New Testament Commentaries (London: Adam & Charles Black). Find it in your Library

Betz, H. D. (1978), ‘De fraterno amore (Moralia 478A–492D)’, in H. D. Betz (ed.) (1978), Plutarch's Ethical Writings and Early Christian Literature (Leiden: E. J. Brill), 231–63. Find it in your Library

Boers, H. (1976), ‘The Form Critical Study of Paul's Letters. 1 Thessalonians as a Case Study’, NTS 22: 140–58. Find it in your Library

Brown, R. (1988), Group Processes: Dynamics Within and Between Groups (Oxford: Basil Blackwell). Find it in your Library

Chapa, J. (1994), ‘Is First Thessalonians a Letter of Consolation?’, NTS 40: 150–60. Find it in your Library

Collins, R. F. (ed.) (1990), The Thessalonian Correspondence (Leuven: Leuven University Press). Find it in your Library

De Jonge, H. J. (1990), ‘The Original Setting of the Christos Apethanen Hyper Formula’, in Collins (1990: 229–35). Find it in your Library

Donfried, K. P. (1984), ‘1 Thessalonians 2:13–16 as a Test Case’, Interpretation, 38: 242–53. Find it in your Library

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———(1989), ‘Cults and the Theology of 1 Thessalonians as a Reflection of its Purpose’, in M. P. Horgan and P. Kobelski (eds.), To Touch the Text: Studies in Honor of Joseph A. Fitzmyer, S.J. (New York: Crossroad), 243–60. Find it in your Library

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Duling, D. C. (1996), ‘Millennialism’, in R. L. Rohrbaugh (ed.), The Social Sciences and New Testament Interpretation (Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson), 183–205. Find it in your Library

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Esler, P. F. (1987), Community and Gospel in Luke–Acts: The Social and Political Motivations of Lucan Theology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Find it in your Library

———(1993), ‘Political Oppression in Jewish Apocalyptic Literature: A Social-Scientific Approach’, Listening: Journal of Religion and Culture, 28:181–99. Find it in your Library

———(1994), The First Christians in their Social Worlds: Social-Scientific Approaches to New Testament Interpretation (London: Routledge). Find it in your Library

———(ed.) (1995), Modelling Early Christianity: Social-Scientific Studies of the New Testament in Its Context (London: Routledge). Find it in your Library

———(1998), Galatians (London: Routledge). Find it in your Library

———(2000), ‘“Keeping it in the Family”: Culture, Kinship and Identity in 1 Thessalonians and Galatians’, in J. W. van Henten and A. Brenner (eds.), Families and Family Relations as Represented in Early Judaisms and Early Christianities: Texts and Fictions, Studies in Theology and Religion (Leiden: Deo), ii. 145–84. Find it in your Library

Fatum, L. (1997), ‘Brotherhood in Christ: A Gender Hermeneutical Reading of 1 Thessalonians’, in H. Moxnes (ed.), Constructing Early Christian Families: Family as Social Reality and Metaphor (London: Routledge), 183–97. Find it in your Library

Faw, C. E. (1952), ‘On the Writing of First Thessalonians’, JBL 71: 217–25. Find it in your Library

Frame, J. E. A. (1912), Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Epistles of St. Paul to the Thessalonians (New York: James Scribner's). Find it in your Library

Funk, R. (1967), ‘The Apostolic Parousia: Form and Significance’, in W. R. Farmer, C. F. D. Moule, and R. R. Niebuhr (eds.), Christian History and Interpretation: Studies Presented to John Knox (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), 249–68. Find it in your Library

Headland, T. N., Pike, K. L., and Harris, M. (eds.) (1990), Emics and Etics: The Insider/Outsider Debate, Frontiers of Anthropology, 7 (Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage). Find it in your Library

Hendrix, H. L. (1984), ‘Thessalonicans Honor Rome’, Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University. Find it in your Library

Hock, R. F. (1980), The Social Context of Paul's Ministry: Tentmaking and Apostleship (Philadelphia: Fortress). Find it in your Library

Hodgson, R., Jr. (1982), ‘1 Thess. 4:1–12 and the Holiness Tradition (HT)’, in K. H. Richards (ed.), Society of Biblical Literature 1982 Seminar Papers (Chico, Calif.: Scholars Press), 199–215. Find it in your Library

Hooker, M. D., and Wilson, S. G. (1982) (eds.), Paul and Paulinism: Essays in Honour of C. K. Barrett (London: SPCK). Find it in your Library

Jewett, R. (1986), The Thessalonian Correspondence: Pauline Rhetoric and Millenarian Piety (Philadelphia: Fortress). Find it in your Library

———(1993), ‘Tenement Churches and Communal Meals in the Early Church: The Implications of a Form-Critical Analysis of 2 Thessalonians 3:10 ’, BR 38: 23–42. Find it in your Library

Judge, E. A. (1971), ‘The Decrees of Caesar at Thessalonika’, RTR 30: 1–7. Find it in your Library

Klauck, H.-J. (1990), ‘Brotherly Love in Plutarch and in 4 Maccabees’, in D. L. Balch, E. Ferguson, and W. A. Meeks (eds.), Greeks, Romans, and Christians: Essays in Honor of Abraham J. Malherbe (Minneapolis: Fortress), 144–56. Find it in your Library

Kloppenborg, J. S. (1993), PHILADELPHIA, THEODIDAKTOS and the Dioscuri: Rhetorical Engagement in 1 Thessalonians 4.9–12’, NTS 39: 265–89. Find it in your Library

Koester, H. (1979), ‘I Thessalonians—Experiment in Christian Writing’, in F. F. Church and T. George (eds.) (1979), Continuity and Discontinuity in Church History: Essays Presented to George Hunston Williams on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, Studies in the History of Christian Thought, 19 (Leiden: E. J. Brill), 33–44. Find it in your Library

Koskenniemi, H. (1956), Studien zur Idee und Phraseologie des griechischen Briefes bis n. Chr (Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia). Find it in your Library

Lührmann, D. (1990), ‘The Beginnings of the Church in Thessalonica’, in Balch, Ferguson, and Meeks (1990: 237–49). Find it in your Library

MacMullen, R. (1981), Paganism in the Roman Empire (New Haven: Yale University Press). Find it in your Library

Malherbe, A. J. (1987), Paul and the Thessalonians: The Philosophic Tradition of Pastoral Care (Philadelphia: Fortress). Find it in your Library

———(1989a), Paul and the Popular Philosophers (Minneapolis: Fortress). Find it in your Library

———(1989b), ‘ “Gentle as a Nurse”: The Cynic Background to 1 Thessalonians 2’, in Malherbe 1989a: 35–48 (first pub. in NovT 12 (1970), 213–17). Find it in your Library

———(1989c), ‘Exhortation in First Thessalonians’, in Malherbe 1989a: 49–66 (first pub. in NovT 25 (1983), 238–56). Find it in your Library

———(1990), ‘Did the Thessalonians Write to Paul?’ in R. R. Fortna and B. R. Gaventa (eds.), The Conversation Continues: Studies in Paul & John in Honor of J. Louis Martyn (Nashville: Abingdon, 246–57). Find it in your Library

Malina, B. J. (1993), The New Testament World: Insights from Cultural Anthropology, rev. edn. (Louisville, Ky.: Westminster/John Knox). Find it in your Library

Marshall, I. H. (1982), ‘Pauline Theology in the Thessalonian Correspondence’, in Hooker and Wilson (1982: 173–83). Find it in your Library

Maurer, C. (1971), S. V. skeuos, TDNT vii. 358–67. Find it in your Library

Okeke, G. E. (1980–1), ‘1 Thess 2.13–16. The Fate of the Unbelieving Jews’, NTS 27: 127–36. Find it in your Library

Pearson, B. A. (1971), ‘1 Thessalonians 2:13–16 : A Deutero-Pauline Interpolation’, HTR 64: 79–94. Find it in your Library

Perkins, P. (1989), ‘1 Thessalonians and Hellenistic Religious Practices’, in M. P. Horgan and P. J. Kobelski (eds.) (1989), To Touch the Text: Biblical and Related Studies in Honor of Joseph A. Fitzmyer (New York: Crossroad), 325–34. Find it in your Library

Robinson, P. (ed.) (1996), Social Groups and Identities: Developing the Legacy of Henri Tajfel (Oxford: Butterworth Heinnemann). Find it in your Library

Schmidt, D. (1983), ‘1 Thess 2: 13–16: Lingistic Evidence for an Interpolation’, JBL 102: 269–79. Find it in your Library

Schöllgen, G. (1988), ‘Was wissen wie über Sozialstruktur der paul-inischen Gemeinden?’, NTS 34: 71–82. Find it in your Library

Schubert, P. (1939), Form and Function of the Pauline Thanksgivings, BNZW 20 (Berlin: de Gruyter). Find it in your Library

Seesemann, H. (1967), ‘Pateō and compounds in NT’, TDNT v. 943–5. Find it in your Library

Smith, A. (1989), ‘The Social and Ethical Implications of the Pauline Rhetoric in 1 Thessalonians’, dissertation submitted to Vanderbilt University (Ann Arbor: University Microfilms International). Find it in your Library

Stern, M. (1974–80), Greek and Latin Authors on Jews and Judaism (2 vols.; Jerusalem: Israel Academy of the Arts and Sciences). Find it in your Library

Stowers, S. K. (1986), Letter Writing in Greco-Roman Antiquity (Philadelphia: Westminster). Find it in your Library

Tajfel, H. (1978), Differentiation between Social Groups: Studies in the Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations (London: Academic Press). Find it in your Library

———(1981), ‘Social Stereotypes and Social Groups’, in H. Tajfel, Human Groups and Social Categories: Studies in Social Psychology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press). Find it in your Library

———and Turner, J. C. (1979), ‘An Integrative Theory of Intergroup Conflict’, in W. G. Austin and S. Worchel (eds.), The Social Psychology of Intergroup Relations (Monterey, Calif.: Brooks-Cole), 33–47. Find it in your Library

———(1986), ‘The Social Identity Theory of Intergroup Conflict’, in S. Worchel and W. G. Austin (eds.) (1986), Psychology of Intergroup Relations (Chicago: Nelson-Hall), 7–24. Find it in your Library

Vickers, M. (1972), ‘Hellenistic Thessaloniki’, JHS 92: 156–70. Find it in your Library

Vos, C. de (1999), Church and Community Conflicts: The Relationships of the Thessalonian, Corinthian, and Philippian Churches with their Wider Civic Communities, SBL DS 168 (Atlanta: Scholars Press). Find it in your Library

Weatherly, J. A. (1991), ‘The Authenticity of 1 Thessalonians 2.13–16: Additional Evidence’, JSNT 42: 79–98. Find it in your Library

White, M. L., and Yarbrough, O. L. (eds.) (1995), The Social World of the First Christians: Essays in Honor of Wayne A. Meeks (Philadelphia: Fortress). Find it in your Library

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