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A collection of essays that offers a genuinely comparative perspective for the exegesis of early Jewish and Christian texts. The book steps beyond the older program of searching for philological traces of Aramaism in the Gospels, and presses the essential question: how might we use these obviously related documents to illuminate one another? For scholars and advanced students of either the New Testament or the Targums. Also intended for courses in the Judaic aspect of early Christianity. A volume in the Studies in Judaism series.
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Bruce Chilton is Lillian Claus Associate Professor of New Testament at Yale Divinity School in New Haven, Connecticut.Review:
...a welcome addition to Introductions to Targumic Studies. This is the kind of volume which is useful to students of targums because it is up-to-date, it raises basic issues, and has very comprehensive bibliographical notes. The volume should be readby every student of the New Testament. (Ernest G. Clarke)
These are seminal essays which open up new understanding of the Gospel tradition and also of the evolution of the Targumim themselves. (Barnabas)
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Book Description University Press of America, 1986. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Very good paperback. Spine is uncreased, binding tight and sturdy; text also very good. Light shelfwear. Sunning to spine and back cover. Very small bump to front cover bottom edge. Essay #7 is in German, others are in English. Ships from Dinkytown in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Seller Inventory # 240288
Book Description 1986. University press of America Tapa blanda. 188 pag. 23x15 cm. Seller Inventory # 78852