Related Strangers: Jews and Christians, 70-170 C.E.

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ABBREVIATIONS OF MODERN SOURCES
AbrNAbr-Nahrain
AJAAmerican Journal of Archaeology
AJSThe Journal of the Association for Jewish Studies
ANRWAujstieg und Niedergang der romischen Welt
AntonAntonianum
ATRAnglican Theological Review
BibBiblica
BJRLBulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester
BZBiblische Zeitschrift
CBQCatholic Biblical Quarterly
Cons. Jud.Conservative Judaism
CSELCorpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum latinorum
EJEncyclopaedia Judaica
ETExpository Times
ETLEphemerides theologicae lovanienses
EvTEvangelische Theologie
H.St.Class.PhilolHarvard Studies in Classical Philology
HTRHarvard Theological Review
HUCAHebrew Union College Annual
IntInterpretation
JAARJournal of the American Academy of Religion
JANESCUJournal of Ancient Near Eastern Studies of Columbia University
JBLJournal of Biblical Literature
JBRJournal of Bible and Religion
JECSJournal of Early Christian Studies
JEHJournal of Ecclesiastical History
JESJournal of Ecumenical Studies
JJSJournal of Jewish Studies
JQRJewish Quarterly Review
JRSJournal of Roman Studies

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Abbreviations of Modern Sources viii
  • Abbreviations of Ancient Sources x
  • Introduction xiv
  • 1: The Political and Social Context 1
  • 2: Jews and Judaism in the Canonical Narratives 36
  • 3: Apocrypha 82
  • 4: Supersession 110
  • 5: Jewish Christians and Gentile Judaizers 143
  • 6: Jewish Reactions to Christianity 169
  • 7: Gnostics and Marcionites 195
  • 8: Patterns of Christian Worship 222
  • 9: Dialogue and Dispute 258
  • 10: An Overview 285
  • Notes 303
  • Modern Author Index 395
  • Subject Index 401
  • Ancient Sources Index 404
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