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Judaism of the Second Temple Period, vol. 2: The Jewish Sages and Their Literature.(Book review)

Oliver, Isaac W.

The Journal of the American Oriental Society, July-Sept, 2010, Vol.130(3), p.493(1) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Judaism of the Second Temple Period, vol. 2: The Jewish Sages and Their Literature.(Book review)
  • Autor: Oliver, Isaac W.
  • Assuntos: Fiusser, David
  • É parte de: The Journal of the American Oriental Society, July-Sept, 2010, Vol.130(3), p.493(1)
  • Descrição: In our day, of course, some specialists on Second Temple Judaism and Rabbinics, especially those residing in North America, might not endorse Flus ser' s description of Josephus as having "a strong rabbinic background with regard to Scripture, Jewish law, and homiletic writings" (p. 6 n. 1), let alone his assertion that talmudic and midrashic literature represents a "very important repository of the opinions and beliefs of those who represent mainstream Second Temple Judaism, namely, the rabbinic sages" (p. 7). Are the statements in Matthew 22:7 and 23:32-36 productions of a later falsifying and anti-Semitic editor, as Flusser claims, or the voice of a Jewish author who more restrictively (yet polemically) places the blame for the destruction of the Temple upon the Jews of Jerusalem and Judea, reflecting in part the redactor's own attitude toward the regional authorities of his own time?
  • Idioma: English

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