A Jewish Understanding of the New Testament

A Jewish Understanding of the New Testament

by Samuel Sandmel, David Sandmel

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ISBN-13: 9781594734892
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 10/05/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 1,111,006
File size: 669 KB

About the Author

Rabbi Samuel Sandmel was professor of Bible and Hellenistic literature at Hebrew Union College–Jewish Institute of Religion, and was author of many highly regarded books in the field of Jewish and Bible studies.


Rabbi David Sandmel is the son of Samuel Sandmel and professor of Jewish studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. He is also the rabbi of KAM Isaiah Israel Congregation.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Third Edition
Preface
New Forward

Part One: Preliminaries
I. A Description of the New Testament
II. The Historian's Approach
III. The Jewish Background
IV. From Judaism into Christianity

Part Two: Paul and the Pauline Epistles
V. The Background of Paulinism
VI. Paul
VII. Paul’s Doctrine of Christ
VIII. The Church and the Law of Moses
IX. The Epistles of Paul
X. Pauline Christianity and Greek Religion

Part Three: The Synoptic Gospels and Jesus
XI. The Gospel Process
XII. The Gospel According to Mark
XIII. Beyond the Gospel According to Mark
XIV. The Gospel According to Matthew
XV. The Gospel According to Luke
XVI. The Historical Jesus

Part Four: Other Writings
XVII. Catholic, Johannine, and Pastoral Epistles
XVIII. The Epistle of James
XIX. The First Epistle of Peter
XX. The Epistle of the Hebrews
XXI. The Johannine Epistles
XXII. Revelation
XXIII. Acts of the Apostles
XXIV. The Gospel According to John
XXV. The Pastoral Epistles
XXVI. Jude and Second Peter

Part Five: The Significance of the New Testament
XXVII. The Genius of the New Testament Faith
XXVIII. Epilogue

Bibliography
Indices

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