My research interests are primarily in early Christian literature, while I am dependent on scholars who have the requisite expertise in other fields such as rabbinic literature. Since I mentioned the relationship of the Apostolic Decree in Acts 15 to the Noahide laws, readers might be interested in Christine Hayes’ recent chapter arguing a particular theory about the historical origins and development of the concept of Noahide laws in response to Graeco-Roman conceptions of divine law and Jewish-Christian debate.
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