Abbreviations
ab.Aboth
Ant.Flavius Josephus, Antiquitates
APOTR. H. Charles, The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament I—II, 191213
bBabylonian Talmud followed by the name of the tractate
BABiblical Archaeologist, New Haven, Conn.
BBBaba Bathra
Ber.Berakhoth
BJFlavius Josephus, Bellum Judaicum
BMBaba Aíezi'a
CBQCatholic Biblical Quarterly, Washington
CDSSEG. Vermes, The Complete Dead Sea Scrolls in English, 1998
Decal.Philo, De Decálogo
DJDDiscoveries in thejudaean Desert 1, 1955
DSSG. Vermes, The Dead Sea Scrolls: Qumran in Perspective, 1977, 1981, 1982
EHEusebius, Ecclesiastical History
Enc. Jud.Encyclopaedia Judaica 1–16, Jerusalem 1971
ETEnglish translation
Flor.Florilegium
GenApGenesis Apocryphon
HistoryEmil Schürer, The History of the Jewish People in the Age of Jesus Christ I, rev. and ed. G. Vermes and F. Millar, 1973; II, rev. and ed. G. Vermes, F. Millar and M. Black 1979; III, rev. and ed. G. Vermes, F. Millar and M. Goodman, 1986–87
HTRHarvard Theological Review, Cambridge, Mass.
IDBThe Interpreter's Dictionary of the Bible I-IV, New York, Nashville 1962
IDBSThe Interpreters Dictionary of the Bible, Supplementary Volume, Nashville 1976
JAOSJournal of the American Oriental Society, New Haven, Conn.
JBLJournal of Biblical Literature, Philadelphia
JEThe Jewish Encyclopaedia I—XII, New York 190 if.
JJSJournal of Jewish Studies, Oxford
JQRJewish Quarterly Review, London

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1: Jesus the Jew 1
  • 2: The Gospel of Jesus the Jew I 14
  • 3: The Gospel of Jesus the Jew Ii 27
  • 4: The Gospel of Jesus the Jew Iii 40
  • 5: Jewish Studies and New Testament Interpretation 53
  • 6: Jewish Literature and New Testament Exegesis 68
  • 7: The Present State of the 'son of Man' Debate 81
  • 8: The Jesus Notice of Josephus Re-Examined 91
  • 9: A Summary of the Law by Flavius Josephus 99
  • 10: New Light on the Sacrifice of Isaac from Qumran 109
  • 11: The Dead Sea Scrolls Fifty Years On 114
  • 12: Jesus the Jew and His Religion 124
  • Abbreviations 139
  • Notes 141
  • Acknowledgements 187
  • Bibliography 188
  • Index of Names and Subjects 194
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