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While events undoubtedly happened, events in themselves do not speak. There is no singular and necessary correspondence between these events and any narrative about them; there is no singular and necessary way to frame these events. Three historiographical principles deriving from this view of the relationship of event to discourse are as follows: (1) The shape of the historical narrative is contingent on the perspective of its author. 67 Historical writing, then, can be understood as an ideological act, with regnant historical narratives serving to “justify the exercise of power by those who possess it and .
66 To summarize brieﬂy my argument thus far, the book of Acts, in general, and the Stephen pericope, in particular, participate in an anti-Jewish trope by which Jews are constructed as vile killers and Christians as merciful victims. In spite of both the detrimental effects of the story and the fact that historicalcritical methods could easily lead to questions concerning the historicity of the narrative, biblical scholars continue to evoke the martyrdom of Stephen as part of the indubitable reality of Christian origins.
3) The roster naming the Seven is regarded as having an aura of facticity about it. 13–14) are an exegetical thorn, in part, because the speech of Stephen apparently contradicts the former but not the latter and also because Luke explicitly brands the charges as false. Yet, consensus remains that hostility against Stephen owes to some combination of anti-law, anti-temple provocation on his part. 1. While traces of a formal legal trial in these verses are regarded as Lukan framing, the frame is built around a ﬁrm tradition: Stephen, the follower of the Way, was killed by a riotous mob of Jews who opposed his religious allegiance.