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누가 공동체의 교정복지 사상

A Study on the Correctional Welfare of Lukan Community

교정복지연구 no.22 , 2011년, pp.139 - 158  
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This paper discusses the issues related to the welfare thought in the narrative of Luke-Acts. As the purpose of this paper is concerned, I focused on the situation of ministry of Jesus and the followers. Luke-Acts is the only text in the New Testament written by one author, that is, he not only introduces us to Jesus and his ministry, but also to how that ministry relates to significant events in the early christianity. For the analysis of it, first of all, I studied the cultural and spacial background of Lukan community within the hellenistic city. Through the process of analysis, I proved that the structure and placement of the hellenic city reflected the social relationship(the quest for honor and patronage system in the Greco-roman society, etc.). Based on the study, the table fellowship is the focal point for the analysis of the structure of Lukan community. At the same time, I investigate the issues of the God-fearers and women in Luke-Acts. Beside, I tried to understand that the tensions between rich and poor reflected in the table fellowship narratives show the meaning of a rich according to Luke. Apparently the social situation in which Lukan community lived was of an urban setting in the Eastern Mediterranean. This situation was shaped by the honor and patronage culture of the Greco-roman world. At the heart of the Lukan community's ethos lay its common meals. The purpose of these meals was dual: On the one hand, they forged a common identity for a social and ethical diverse group of Christians; on the other hand, they functioned as a criticism of urban culture. Within the city culture of the Eastern Mediterranean, we can envisage Lukan community as a group of nonelite persons who are culturally and ethnically mixed but who also include among them some who come from the elite periphery. Their life togather centered on a meal that served as a means of integration, not just of Jews and non-Jews but also of members from various status groups and social positions. The ethos of the meal represented a break with the city ideals of patronage, benefactions, and the quest for honor. It is not unthinkable that such criticism of city ideals could also have been aimed at community members drawn from the elite periphery. Thus, the goal of this ethos is best understood as that of creating a common identity for a mixed group of Christians. Therefore, the task of us for the future is to investigate the more detail dimensions of welfare thought of Jesus and his successor in Luke-Acts.

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