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The Acts of John relates the commission of the hero in three different passages. ) at Rome. In short, you must know that Satan is cunning and his power has perverted all those who believed in me; and (in this way Simon) proves himself his agent. But do not delay; set out tomorrow (for Caesarea), and there you will find a ship ready which is sailing to Italy. And in a few days I will show you my grace which has no bounds. On the one hand, this passage shows some features common with commission narratives: it contains a vision, and the deity endows the hero with a task.
When Luke describes Paul’s commission in Acts, he makes allusions to this text. This is especially clear in Acts 22, where the vocabulary of the narrative is thoroughly Jewish59. Paul sees a vision in the temple, in which Jesus affirms that his testimony has been rejected in Jerusalem, and sends Paul to the Gentiles: ‘Hurry and get out of Jerusalem quickly, because they will not accept your testimony about me. […] Go, for I will send you far away to the Gentiles’. In the centre of Isaiah’s commission we also find the motif of confrontation with his people, summarised in the words about Israel’s obduracy, a passage that Luke selected as a conclusion to his book60: Go and say to this people: ‘Keep listening, but do not comprehend; keep looking, but do not understand.
He will do what the god requires of him and build him a temple in Karnak ‘as an eternal work’. This commission story also forms part of a larger autobiographical narrative. There is a court vision in the temple, such as in Isaiah 6, and a father-son relation between god and king, as in Psalms 2. The commission story forms a turning point of an autobiographical narrative told in the first person. The honour and glory of the hero at the moment of commission is emphasised like in the narrative of the vizier.
Apostolic Commission Narratives in the Canonical and Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles (Proefschrift) by István Czachesz