and his reference to James (-J- 62) as though he is still the active leader of the Hebraist mission (1). The urgency of the matter may explain why Jude did not return to Jerusalem and pen a weighter introduction like a#39;James ... In an earlier chapter it has been suggested that the letter to the Hebrews (3, 1; 6, 10; 13, 22) is a prophetic a#39;word of exhortationa#39; (jiaQuxfo)aig ... While the Hebraist and Hellenist missionaries followed different life-styles and in some measure pursued their tasksanbsp;...
|Title||:||Prophecy and Hermeneutic in Early Christianity|
|Author||:||Edward Earle Ellis|
|Publisher||:||Mohr Siebeck - 1978|