Jesus in his Jewish context / Geza Vermes.

By: Vermès, Géza, 1924-Contributor(s): Vermés, Gêza, 1924-. Jesus and the world of JudaismPublication details: Minneapolis : Fortress Press, 2003Description: x, 198 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 0800636236 (pbk.)Subject(s): Jesus Christ -- Jewish interpretations | Jesus Christ -- Jewishness | Bible. N.T. Gospels -- History of contemporary events | Dead Sea scrollsDDC classification: 232.9/08 LOC classification: BM620 | .V52 2003
Contents:
Jesus the Jew -- The gospel of Jesus the Jew I: a historian's reading of the gospels -- The gospel of Jesus the Jew II: the father and his kingdom -- The gospel of Jesus the Jew III: Jesus and Christianity -- Jewish studies and New Testament interpretation -- Jewish literature and New Testament exegesis: reflections on methodology -- The present state of the 'son of man' debate -- The Jesus notice of Josephus re-examined -- A summary of the law by Flavius Josephus -- New light on the sacrifice of Isaac from Qumran -- The Dead Sea Scrolls fifty years on -- Jesus the Jew and his religion: autobiographical reflections.
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"An earlier edition of this volume appeared as Jesus and the world of Judaism (London: SCM Press, 1983; Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1984)"--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [188]-193) and index.

Jesus the Jew -- The gospel of Jesus the Jew I: a historian's reading of the gospels -- The gospel of Jesus the Jew II: the father and his kingdom -- The gospel of Jesus the Jew III: Jesus and Christianity -- Jewish studies and New Testament interpretation -- Jewish literature and New Testament exegesis: reflections on methodology -- The present state of the 'son of man' debate -- The Jesus notice of Josephus re-examined -- A summary of the law by Flavius Josephus -- New light on the sacrifice of Isaac from Qumran -- The Dead Sea Scrolls fifty years on -- Jesus the Jew and his religion: autobiographical reflections.