The Historical Jesus in Context

By Amy-Jill Levine; Dale Allison Jr. et al. | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
Princeton Readings in Religionsv
Contributorsix
Acknowledgmentsxi
Introduction Amy-Jill Levine1
1.Archaeological Contributions to the Study of Jesus and the Gospels · Jonathan L. Reed40
2.Josephus on John the Baptist and Other Jewish Prophets of Deliverance · Craig A. Evans55
3.Abba and Father: Imperial Theology in the Contexts of Jesus and the Gospels · Mary Rose D'Angelo64
4.Miraculous Conceptions and Births in Mediterranean Antiquity · Charles H. Talbert79
5.First and Second Enoch: A Cry against Oppression and the Promise of Deliverance · George W. E. Nickelsburg87
6.Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls · Peter Flint110
7.The Chreia · David B. Gowler132
8.The Galilean Charismatic and Rabbinic Piety: The Holy Man in the Talmudic Literature · Alan J. Avery-Peck149
9.Miracle Stories: The God Asclepius, the Pythagorean Philosophers, and the Roman Rulers · Wendy Cotter, C.S.J.166
10.The Mithras Liturgy · Marvin Meyer179
11.Apuleius of Madauros · Ian H. Henderson193
12.The Parable in the Hebrew Bible and Rabbinic Literature · Gary G. Porton206
13.The Aesop Tradition · Lawrence M. Wills222
14.Targum, Jesus, and the Gospels · Bruce Chilton238
15.The Psalms of Solomon · Joseph L. Trafton256
16.Moral and Ritual Purity · Jonathan Klawans266
17.Gospel and Talmud · Herbert W. Basser285
18.Philo of Alexandria · Gregory E. Sterling296
19.The Law of Roman Divorce in the Time of Christ · Thomas A. J. McGinn309
20.Associations in the Ancient World · John S. Kloppenborg323
21.Anointing Traditions · Teresa J. Hornsby339

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