Judaism In Late Antiquity

Author by : Jacob Neusner
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Description : In two volumes, leading American, Israeli, and European specialists in the history, literature, theology, and archaeology of Judaism offer factual answers to the two questions that study of any religion in ancient times must raise. The first is, what are the sources written and in material culture that inform us about that religion? The second is, how do we understand those sources in the reconstruction of the history of various Judaic systems in antiquity. The historical relationship of Judaism with nascent Christianity in New Testament times is also treated.


Judaism In Late Antiquity

Author by : Jacob Neusner
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Description : What, in Judaism, is meant by "law" - is the fresh perspective in which this work is presented. The volume provides first an overview, followed by a systematic, critical account of the fading consensus. In a number of accounts, the different perspectives are presented in scholarly debate.


Judaism In Late Antiquity

Author by : Jacob Neusner
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Juda Sm In Late Antiquity

Author by : Jacob Neusner
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Description : Thirteen foremost scholars describe the views of death, life after death, resurrection, and the world-to-come set forth in Scripture as a whole; distinct parts of Scripture such as Psalms and the Wisdom literature; apocalyptic and the non-apocalyptic pseudepigraphic literature, Philo; Josephus; the Dead Sea Scrolls; earliest Christianity (the Gospels in particular); the Rabbinic sources; the Palestinian Targums to the Pentateuch; and the inscriptional evidence.


Judaism In Late Antiquity 3 1

Author by : Jacob Neusner
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Description : This collection of systematic Auseinandersetzungen articulates difference and spells out what is at issue. Learning atrophies when political consensus substitutes for criticism, and when other than broadly-accepted viewpoints, approaches, and readings find a hearing only with difficulty, if at all. The editors therefore have invited colleagues systematically to outline their views in an Auseinandersetzung with contrary ones. The several participants explain how, in broad and sweeping terms, they see the state of learning in their areas of special interest. The editors invited leading players in the USA, Europe, and the State of Israel, in the study of ancient Judaism, both in Second Temple Times and after 70 C.E. The work commences with a thoroughly fresh perspective of a theoretical question: what, in a religion so concerned with social norms and public policy, can we possibly mean by "law" when we speak of law in Judaism. It then proceeds with two chapters on Second Temple Judaism, and two on the special subject of the Dead Sea library. The two papers in the present part provide an overview of matters and a systematic, critical account of the fading consensus, respectively. The next set of papers ought to stand as the definitive account of the diverse viewpoints on a basic question of method. Because of the willingness of contending parties to meet one another in a single frame of discourse, the work is able to portray with considerable breadth the presently-contending viewpoints concerning the use of Rabbinic literature for historical purposes. Then proceed a number of other accounts of how matters look from the perspective of major participants in scholarly debate. At the same time as the requirements of historical-critical reading of the Rabbinic literature precipitated sustained and vigorous debate, other problems have attracted attention. Among these a critical issue emerges in the hermeneutics to govern the reading of the documents for the purposes of other-than-historical study, feminist interests, for example.


Judaism In Late Antiquity

Author by : Avery-Peck, Alan Jeffery Avery-Peck
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Visual Judaism In Late Antiquity

Author by : Lee I. Levine
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Description : Surveys Jewish visual culture in the Late Roman and Byzantine eras, including expression via figural images, biblical scenes and religious symbols.


Judaism In Late Antiquity

Author by : Alan J. Avery-Peck
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The Jews In Late Antiquity

Author by : Rodrigo Laham Cohen
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Description : This short book uses the available evidence to present facts and debates around Jews in late antiquity and to provide a first step toward the understanding of this little-known period in Jewish history.


Judaism In Late Antiquity V 1 Where We Stand Issues And Debates In Ancient Judaism V 3 Where We Stand Issues And Debates In Ancient Judaism V 4 The Special Problem Of The Synagogue

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