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|Books||Dip. Teologia||G 1918 (Browse shelf)||Copy 001||Available|
Hillel and Jesus : why comparisons are important / J.H. Charlesworth -- Hillel and Jesus : are comparisons possible? / A. Goshen Gottstein -- Hillel and the misunderstanding of Judaism in modern scholarship / M. Weinfeld -- Hillel and Jesus : two ways of self-awareness / D. Flusser -- Archaeology and the religious ethos of pre-70 Palestine / L.I. Levine -- Apocalypticism in the time of Hillel and Jesus / S.E. Robinson -- Who were the Pharisees? / J. Sievers -- Jesus and factionalism in early Judaism : how serious was the factionalism of late Second Temple Judaism? / J.D.G. Dunn --Jesus and Cynics in first-century Palestine : some critical considerations / D.E. Aune -- Jesus and his community : between Essenes and Pharisees / B. Pixner -- Jesus' socioeconomic background / D.A. Fiensy -- The relationship of Paul to Jesus / J.P. Arnold -- The sayings of Jesus and archaeology / J.F. Strange -- Sayings and legends in the Hillel tradition / C. Safrai -- The sayings of Hillel : their transmission and reinterpretation / S. Safrai -- Hillel and Scripture : from authority to exegesis / D.R. Schwartz -- Jesus and the Golden Rule / P.S. Alexander -- Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls / H. Lichtenberger -- Reconstructing Jesus' teaching : problems and possibilities / C.A. Evans -- Hillel and Jesus on prayer / B.T. Viviano -- Hillel and Jesus : retrospective and prospective reflections / J.H. Charlesworth.
An international group of scholars who met in Jerusalem in 1992 examined and compared the traditions that describe the historical figures Hillel (a prominent first century B.C.E. Rabbinic teacher) and Jesus (early first century C.E.). The fascinating results of the study are compiled in this magnificent work of interest to clergy, professors, students, libraries and general readers alike.