In this paper I argue that Medea, Jesus, and his Apostles all exist as either geographic or ideological foreigners in their respective cultures, and conflict with both social norms and human figures of authority. They instead place an emphasis on divine leadership, and their relationships with these divine figures have a direct impact on how they clash with figures of power on earth.
"Faith and Authority in Euripides’ Medea and the Bible,"
Proceedings of GREAT Day: Vol. 2011, Article 15.
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