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The usual picture of Jews going on the sabbath to the synagogue to worship thus appears to be without foundation. It is even doubtful that there were synagogue buildings, for synagogue normally meant community. The conclusion of this study, that there is no evidence that the sabbath was a day of communal Jewish worship before 200 CE, has far-reaching consequences for our understanding of early Jewish-Christian relationships.
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Heather McKay, MSc, BD, Ph.D. (1992, Glasgow), Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at Edge Hill College, Ormskirk, Lancashire, UK, teaches Contemporary Religions and Beliefs. She researches on Jewish and Christian use of the Old Testament and on feminist biblical criticism.Review:
'..".it succeeds immensely in its clear, concise and penetrating exegesis of specific texts.'SAH, "Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, 1995.'..".this is a useful volume to disabuse both students and scholars of fondly held certainties.'J. Lieu, "Society for Old Testament Study, 1995.'..".an important book...it is a most helpful analysis of the sources and is essential reading for students of Jewish and Christian liturgical origins.'Stefan C. Reif, "Journal of Theological Studies, 1995.
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Book Description Brill Academic Publishers, 2001. Paperback. Condition: New. Softcover. Fine binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages. Ships daily. Seller Inventory # 81244528
Book Description Brill Academic Publishers, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0391041517
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