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Book Description

Title:
The Earlier Rabbinic Tradition and its Importance for New Testament Background
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Inter-Varsity Fellowship
Pages:
47
Subjects:
New Testament, New Testament Background
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Roy A. Stewart, The Earlier Rabbinic Tradition and its Importance for New Testament Background

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  1. The Main Stages of Rabbinic Tradition
  2. The Pre-Documentary Period
  3. Halakhah and Haggadah
  4. The Mishnah and its Literary Successors
  5. Some General Characteristics of Rabbinic Writings
  6. Michnaic and New Testament Ideals
  • Appendix: Tractates of the Mishnah
  • Select Bibliography