The Sage from Galilee: Rediscovering Jesus' Genius

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 14‏/08‏/2007 - 191 من الصفحات
Introduction by James H. Charlesworth

This new edition of David Flusser's classic study of the historical Jesus, revised and updated by his student and colleague R. Steven Notley, will be welcomed everywhere by students and scholars of early Christianity and Judaism. Reflecting Flusser's mastery of ancient literary sources and modern archaeological discoveries, The Sage from Galilee offers a fresh, informed biographical portrait of Jesus in the context of Jewish faith and life in his day.

Including a chronological table (330 BC - AD 70), and twenty-eight illustrations, The Sage from Galilee is the culmination of nearly six decades of study by one of the world's foremost Jewish authorities on the New Testament and early Christianity. Both Jewish and Christian readers will find challenge and new understanding in these pages.
 

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IV
1
V
6
VI
18
VII
34
VIII
55
IX
66
X
76
XI
97
XIII
117
XIV
138
XV
162
XVI
166
XVII
169
XVIII
177
XIX
183
حقوق النشر

XII
107

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نبذة عن المؤلف (2007)

David Flusser (1917?2000) was professor of earlyChristianity and Second Temple Judaism at the HebrewUniversity of Jerusalem, a member of the Israel Academy ofSciences and Humanities, and a recipient of the nationalIsrael Prize in 1980 for his academic achievements. Hisbest-known book, Jesus, has been translated intoeleven languages and is now in its fourth edition under thetitle The Sage from Galilee (Eerdmans).

James H. Charlesworth is George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature and Director and Editor of the Dead Sea Scrolls Project at Princeton Theological Seminary.

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