Judaism in the Beginning of Christianity

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SUBJECTS
Abtalion, teacher of Hillel, 75–81
Aqiba: messianic hope, 95; rabbinic traditions, 67
Armenia and Roman government, 33
Bar Kokba, 91; messianic hope, 36, 39, 44
Baruch: redemption, messianic hope, 92–93
Cestius, Roman procurator, 22
Christianity: destruction of Temple and renaissance of Torah, messianic hope, 89-91, 96; table fellowship and purity laws, 57–59
Conversion and normative Judaism, 28–30
Cultic cleanness, 58–60
Dead Sea sect, 36; loss of Temple at Jerusalem, 18, 25–28; social classes, 28
Education and Jewish traditions, 23–24
Elders of Bathyra, opposition to Hillel, 76–79
Esther, role of, 32
Eusebius, 91
Ezra, apocalyptic views, 91–92
Gamaliel: rabbinic traditions, 45,51; Temple cult, 98
Gamaliel II, 85
Golden Rule: Hillel and Jesus, 64,68
Gospels and traditions of Pharisees, 46–50, 53–56, 60
Government. See Rome and Roman rule
Herod, Pharisees refusing oath of loyalty, 50–52
Hillel, 10; Elders of Bathyra opposing, 76–79; and Golden Rule, 64, 68; and historical Jesus, 63–88; House of, 54; Passover-offering of, 71–77; Pharisaic Judaism and, 64; Pharisaism and, 26; rabbinic traditions, 45, 50, 54; sayings of, 68–71; teachers of, 75–81; traditions of Shammai, 81–85
Huldah, prophetess, 32
Jeremiah, redemption, 92–93
Jesus: Golden Rule, 64, 68; and Hillel, 63–88 passim; as KingMessiah, 35–37; Pharisees opposing, 45–61; philosophy and Jewish community, 10; as priest or rabbi, 35–37
Josephus: on destruction of Temple, 90–91, 95; on history and ancient Israel, 25, 27; on Pharisaic Judaism, 46, 48–50, 53–54
Joshua, destruction of Temple, 96–97.
Judah the Patriarch, 49, 76; Temple cult, 98
Messianic hope: Bar Kokba, 36, 39, 44; Christians, destruction of Temple and renaissance of Torah, 89–91, 96; Jesus as King-Messiah, 35–37; Judaism in age of Jesus, 35–41, 43; loss of Temple at Jerusalem, 17; and Pharisees, 55–56
Miriam, sister of Moses, 32 .
Nicholaus of Damascus, 21

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