Acts 19:12: Paul's 'Aprons' Again

Strelan, Rick (2003) Acts 19:12: Paul's 'Aprons' Again. Journal of Theological Studies, 54 1: 154-157. doi:10.1093/jts/54.1.154

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Author Strelan, Rick
Title Acts 19:12: Paul's 'Aprons' Again
Journal name Journal of Theological Studies   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0022-5185
Publication date 2003-04-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1093/jts/54.1.154
Open Access Status File (Author Post-print)
Volume 54
Issue 1
Start page 154
End page 157
Total pages 4
Editor Hooker, Morna
Language eng
Subject 440204 Christian Theology (incl. Biblical Studies and Church History)
Abstract Traditional understandings of Paul's 'aprons' is that they were worn by him in a craftshop, probably a leather-working place. This article articles that the items of clothing referred to in Acts 19:12 in fact are part of the orator's dress, and that Paul is depicted as an orator/teacher in Ephesus, not as a craftsman.
Keyword Paul
References T. Leary, 'The "Aprons" of St. Paul - Acts 19:12', JTS 41 (1990) 527-529.
Q-Index Code C1
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Created: Mon, 14 Aug 2006, 10:00:00 EST by Rick Strelan on behalf of School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry