Originally published in 1924 as a sequel to the 1917 book of the same name, this text continues to analyse New Testament teaching using the tools of Pharisaic Judaism. Abrahams delves deeply into the historical background to many of the key stories and events of the Gospels, such as whitewashed tombs and rabbinic conceptions of prayer. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the Jewish context of the Gospels.4a5 has a fuller form which (as will be seen) reminds one very forcibly of a famous Rabbinic episode, contemporary with (or a little earlier than) the ... 21), mighty hammer l Wherefore dost thou weep? ... who if he were wrathful against me his anger would not be eternal, who if he imprisoned me the imprisonment would not 1 Tosefta Sanhedrin xiii. (ed. Zuckermandel, p. 434); T.B. Bosh Hashana r 7 a.
|Title||:||Studies in Pharisaism and the Gospels|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2014-07-24|