Related Strangers: Jews and Christians 70-170 C. E.
Fortress Press, 01/12/2004 - 416 من الصفحات
This book examines Jewish-Christian relations during one of the most formative but also most obscure centuries, when many of the features that have characterized the interaction of Jews and Christians down to this day were first formulated. Starting from incisive description of canonical and noncanonical literature of this period, Wilson clarifies perceptions of the different groups that were in dialogue and dispute.
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Acts Acts of Pilate allusion anti-Jewish anti-Judaism Apocalypse argued argument Bar Cochba rebellion Barnabas biblical Celsus chap chapter Chris Christ Christology church circumcision claim conclusion context covenant cult death debate Dialogue diaspora Didache discussion dispute distinctive Domitian early Christian Ebionites Eusebius evidence Fortress Gentile Gentile Christians gnostic Gospel Harnack Hebrews heretics hostility Ignatius implies Israel issue Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Christians Jewish community Jewish War Jewish-Christian relations Jews Jews and Christians John Josephus Judaism Judaizers Justin Luke Luke's Marcion Marcionite Mark Matthew Melito messianic Mishnah narrative Nazarenes notes observance original pagan Passover Paul Pella perhaps persecution Pharisees polemic prayers precisely probably prophets proselytes Quartodeciman rabbinic readers recent reference rejection Roman Rome Sabbath salvation Sanders scripture second century sense significant sources suggests Sunday synagogue Temple Tertullian Testament theme theology things thinks tians tion tradition Trypho University Press view of Judaism worship