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The Missing Jesus: Rabbinic Judaism and the New Testament
by by Bruce Chilton ; Craig A Evans ; Jacob Neusner
Binding: Hardcover, 275 pages
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 9.2 x W: 0.49 inches
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How can Jesus be said to be 'missing'? The Church has consistently referred itself to conceptions of Jesus during its history, and the world of scholarship has seen a renaissance in the study of Jesus over the past twenty years. In fact, Jesus place in popular culture has been surprisingly prominent as a result of recent historical study. What is 'missing' is not by any means reference to Jesus: what is missing is rather an entire dimension of his identity. In order for us to understand Jesus and his profound influence on global culture, we need to see him within the context of the Judaism that was his own natural environment. No one can be assessed apart from one s environment, but a variety of factors have isolated the study of Jesus from the study of Judaism. The 'missing' Jesus is Jesus within Judaism.
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