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Open office hour nt501 session 1
Open office hour nt501 session 1
Open office hour nt501 session 1
Open office hour nt501 session 1
Open office hour nt501 session 1
Open office hour nt501 session 1
Open office hour nt501 session 1
Open office hour nt501 session 1
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  • 1. Open Office Hour NT501 (Dr. David M. May)
    Synchronous Session, September 23, 7:00 CST
  • 2. Open Office
    Questions related to the first half of the course, readings, or selection of text-segment?
  • 3. Social Stratification in the Herodian Period
    Images and Model adapted from Richard Rohrbaugh, “Jesus: Village Artisan,” in The New Testament in Cross-Cultural Perspective (Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2007).
  • 4. Urban Elites (1-2%)
    Roman Emperor
    (prefect/procurator)
    Client king, tetrarch or ethnarch
    Herodians
    High priests
    Lay aristocracy
  • 5. Retainers (5%)
    Bailiffs
    Tax farmers
    Bureaucrats
  • 6. Urban Non-elites (3-7%)
    Merchants
    Artisans
    Day Laborers
  • 7. Rural Peasants and Villagers (75%)
    Freeholders (15-50 acres)
    Small Freeholders (4-15 acres)
    Tenant Farmers
    Village Artisans
    Day Laborers
    Slaves
  • 8. Unclean and Degraded (5%)
    Prostitutes
    Porters, Dung Carriers
    Sailors
    Tanners
    Etc.
  • 9. Expendables (5%)
    Lame
    Blind
    Deformed
    Diseased
    Etc.
  • 10. Open Office
    How does one choose between competing interpretative perspectives?

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