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This landmark work, which has shaped a generation of scholarship, compares the apostle Paul with contemporary Judaism, both understood on their own terms. Sanders proposes a methodology for comparing similar but distinct religious patterns, demolishes a flawed view of rabbinic Judaism still prevalent in much New Testament scholarship, and argues for a distinct understanding of the apostle and of the consequences of his conversion. A new foreword by Mark A.
He retired in Sanders is a Fellow of the British Academy. He has authored, co-authored or edited 13 books and numerous articles. He has received a number of prizes, including the University of Louisville and Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary Grawemeyer Award for the best book on religion published in the s for Jesus and Judaism. Sanders was born on April 18, , in Grand Prairie, Texas. His thesis was entitled The Tendencies of the Synoptic Tradition published in , which used form criticism to examine whether the Gospel tradition changed in consistent ways. The thesis was supervised by W.
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James D. G. Dunn, The Theology of Paul the Apostle (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,. ), p. 2. E. P. Sanders, Paul and Palestinian Judaism (London: SCM.
Society of Biblical Literature Monograph Series, no. Chico, CA: Scholars Press, Review: Jacob Neusner, ed. The Study of Ancient Judaism. In Religious Studies Review 10 :
Sanders T h i s controversial and encyclopedic study is destined to be the most important book on its subject to appear in a generation. Drawing on a profound knowledge of the original sources, Professor Sanders has written an account of Rabbinic Judaism which has already been acclaimed as the most understandable such study ever undertaken b y a non-Jew. A s a result of his investigations, the author argues that the majority o f modern N e w Testament scholars, including such diverse figures as Joachim Jeremias and Rudolf Bultmann, have seriously misunderstood and therefore misinterpreted the nature of Judaism at the time of Jesus. I n the present work, Judaism emerges as a religion of a much greater stature, and not as a serious decline from the ideals of the earlier Old Testament period. T h e author extends his study, in the second half of the book, to Paul.
Rome had legions in both countries but not in Palestine. That end was achieved for a long time by permitting Herod to remain king of Judaea 37—4 bce and allowing him a free hand in governing his kingdom, as long as the requirements of stability and loyalty were met. In the New Testament , Antipas is somewhat confusingly called Herod, as in Luke —12; apparently the sons of Herod took his name, just as the successors of Julius Caesar were commonly called Caesar. Both sons were given lesser titles than king: Archelaus was ethnarch, and Antipas was tetrarch.
В верхней губе у него торчала серебряная запонка, на нем была черная кожаная куртка, надетая на голое тело. - Какого черта тебе надо? - прорычал он хриплым голосом - с явным нью-йоркским акцентом. Сдерживая подступившую к горлу тошноту, Беккер успел заметить, что все пассажиры повернулись и смотрят на. Все как один были панки.