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Jesus and His Jewish Context

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ISBN-13: 9780334029151
Published: 01/01/2003
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Written by Geza Vermes, one of Jewish studies' leading figures, this text acts as a useful introduction for undergraduate students studying historical Jesus modules. New material covered by the book includes: the Jesus Notice of Josephus re-examined; a summary of the law by Flavius Josephus; Josephus' treatment of the Book of Daniel; new light on the "Binding of Isaac" from Qumran; and the Dead Sea Scrolls 50 years on.
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Geza Vermes

Geza Vermes is a Fellow of the British Academy and Professor Emeritus of Jewish Studies in the University of Oxford. He is the author of many books including "The Religion of Jesus the Jew", "Jesus the Jew" and "The Dead Sea Scrolls in English".

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