The Religion of Jesus the Jew

Fortress Press, 1993 - 244 páginas
This book completes a remarkable trilogy... The basic premise on which the project is founded is that a careful and impartial reconstruction of Jesus' Jewish background is an essential preliminary to any reconstruction of Jesus himself.

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A book on the historical Jesus that takes the position that an important factor in the teachings of Jesus is that he was an observant Jew. Leer comentario completo

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Interesting subject matter, but boringly written. An added advantage is the excellent discussions of the methodologies used in verifying conclusions about what Jesus himself said as opposed to what ... Leer comentario completo


Jesus the Jew and his Gospel
Jesus and the Law The Judaism of Jesus
Jesus the Teacher Scriptural and Charismatic Authority
Proverbs and Parables
Jesus and the Kingdom of God
Abba Father The God of Jesus
Jesus the Religious Man
The Religion of Jesus and Christianity
Index of Names
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Geza Vermes was a religious scholar who became one of the "essential translators and a vocal advocate for their broad dissemination" of the Dead Sea Scrolls, according to the New York Times. Until his death, he was a Professor Emeritus of Jewish Studies and Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford, but continued to teach at the Oriental Institute in Oxford. He was born on June 22, 1924, in Hungary and died on May 8, 2013, after a recurrence of cancer. He was 88.

Geza Vermeswas Emeritus Fellow of the British Academy, and Emeritus Professor of Jewish Studies and Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford University. He was an international leader in the field of Dead Sea Scrolls research for more than forty years, as recounted in his Providential Accidents: An Autobiography (1998).

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