The Jewish World Around the New Testament
Baker Academic, 2010 - 548 sidor
New Testament texts cannot be adequately understood without careful attention to their Judaic and Second Temple roots. This volume contains twenty-four studies that shed essential light on the religious and biblical-interpretive matrix from which early Christianity emerged.
Richard Bauckham covers many aspects of the literature and thought of early Judaism, including life after death, the provenance of the Pseudepigrapha, the Jewish apocalypses, the book of Tobit, and more. He discusses the "parting of the ways" between early Judaism and early Christianity and the relevance of early Jewish literature for the study of the New Testament. Bauckham also includes studies that explore specific aspects or texts of early Christianity by relating them to their early Jewish context, such as the delay of the parousia, the restoration of Israel in Luke-Acts, and the use of Latin names by Paul and other Jews in the early Christian movement.
"Bauckham's essays are fresh in their approach, inspiring, erudite, and well argued throughout. They show the methods and the promise of studying early Judaism for its own sake and in order to understand the New Testament in the Jewish world around it. The volume has left me with new insights and much to ponder and pursue."--Christoph Stenschke, Review of Biblical Literature
Originally published by Mohr Siebeck in Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 233, The Jewish World around the New Testament is a corecipient of the Franz-Delitzsch Award for 2010, offered by the Institute for Israel Studies in Giessen, Germany.
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Table of Contents 1 Introduction
Jewish or Christian?
Enoch and Elijah in the Coptic Apocalypse of Elijah
The Rise of Apocalyptic
The Delay of the Parousia
A Note on a Problem in the Greek Version of 1 Enoch 1 9
A Man in my Position or Someone?
The Apocalypses in the New Pseudepigrapha
Life Death and the Afterlife in Second Temple Judaism
What if Paul had Travelled East rather than West?
Covenant Law and Salvation in the Jewish Apocalypses
The Restoration of Israel in LukeActs
Paul and Other Jews with Latin Names in the New Testament
The Horarium of Adam and the Chronology of the Passion
Tobit as a Parable for the Exiles of Northern Israel
Kainam the Son of Arpachshad in Lukes Genealogy
The List of the Tribes of Israel in Revelation 7
What Happened and Why
The Relevance of ExtraCanonical Jewish Texts to New Testament Study
Josephus Account of the Temple in Contra Apionem 2 102109
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Abraham Acts angels Antichrist Apocalypse of Elijah Apocalypse of Peter Apocalypse of Zephaniah apocalyptists Apocrypha Aramaic Arpachshad Baruch Bauckham Biblical Book of Enoch Book of Watchers century chapter cock-crow common Judaism context covenant Daniel Davila death delay diaspora E. P. Sanders early Christian Enoch and Elijah Epistle eschatological Ethiopic evidence exile expectation Ezra genealogy Gentiles Gospel Greek heaven Hebrew Horarium hour interpretation Isaiah Israelite James Jesus Jewish apocalyptic Jewish literature Jewish tradition Jews John Josephus Judaism judgment Latin names Luke Luke’s martyrdom means Messiah Mishnah Moses Old Testament Old Testament Pseudepigrapha original parallel passage Paul Paul’s prayers Press priests probably prophecy prophets Pseudepigrapha pseudepigraphal letter Pseudo-Philo Qumran rabbinic real readers recension reference repentance restoration of Israel resurrection righteous Roman salvation Samaritans Sanders scholars Scripture Second Temple Second Temple period Syriac tion Tobit Torah translation tribes verse wisdom