Jesus, Paul and Judaism; an introduction to New Testament theology.

English ed., translated and edited by Edward Schroeder.. London, New York, T. Nelson [1964] .

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Subjects Bible. New Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Bible. New Testament -- Critique, interprétation, etc.
Bible. New Testament.
Christianisme -- Relations -- Judaïsme.
Christianity and other religions -- Judaism.
Interfaith relations.
Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity.
Judaïsme -- Relations -- Christianisme.
Description 192 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes "This English translation represents the first half of ... Christentum und Judentum im ersten und zweiten Jahrhundert."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Concerning problem and method -- Judaism at the time of Jesus -- Jesus as God's final ambassador for all Israel -- Jesus' controversy with Pharisaism -- The offense to Judaism : the hidden nature of Jesus' authority -- The decision in Jerusalem : Israel's rejection of the Christ -- Jesus' own pronouncement about Israel's place in redemptive history following its rejection of him -- The church moves out to the edges of Judaism -- The church inside and outside Judaism -- The church separated from Judaism -- Paul interprets the break : Judaism as a sample of pre-Christian existence (Romans 1-8) -- Paul interprets the break : part-Christian Israel and the gospel (Romans 9-11) -- Paul's conflict with Jewish gnosticism : the initial conflict with syncretism -- Conclusion : Outlook for subsequent development.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1010545
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WorldCat Identities Goppelt, Leonhard, 1911-1973.
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