Jews and Gentiles in the Early Jesus Movement

An Unintended Journey
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(286 Seiten)
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ISBN-13:
9781137281104
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
286
Autor:
A. Bibliowicz
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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This volume offers new insights on Jewish-Gentile relations and the evolution of belief in the early Jesus movement, suggesting that the New Testament reflects the early stages of a Gentile challenge to the authority and legitimacy of the descendants of Jesus' disciples and first followers as the exclusive guardians and interpreters of his legacy.
Foreword I Foreword II Preview of Conclusions and Suggestions 1. The Protagonists 2. The Anti-Jewish Strand in the New Testament 3. The First Years 4. The Anti-Judaic Strand in Paul 5. Paul in Modern Scholarship 6. The Anti-Judaic Strand in Mark 7. The Anti-Judaic Strand in Matthew 8. The Anti-Judaic Strand in Luke/Acts 9. The Anti-Judaic Strand in John 10. The Anti-Judaic Strand in Revelation 11. The Anti-Jewish Strand - the Embryonic Stage 12. Supersession 13. The Anti-Jewish Strand in Hebrews 14. The Anti-Jewish Strand in Barnabas 15. The Second Century Protagonists 16. The Emergence of a Theological Compromise 17. The Socio-political Context (100-325 C.E.) 18. The Anti-Jewish Strand in Ignatius 19. The Anti-Jewish Strand in Justin 20. The Anti-Jewish Strand In Melito 21. The Anti-Jewish Strand in Chrysostom 22. Gentile Judaizers 23. Recapitulation 24. Timeline
This volume offers new insights on Jewish-Gentile relations and the evolution of belief in the early Jesus movement, suggesting that the New Testament reflects the early stages of a Gentile challenge to the authority and legitimacy of the descendants of Jesus' disciples and first followers as the exclusive guardians and interpreters of his legacy.

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