Paul and Palestinian Judaism; A Comparison of Patterns of Religion
by Sanders, E.P.
Philadelphia; (1977): Fortress Press. First American Edition. Octavo. 627p. Index of Biblical Passages, Rabbinic Passages, Apocrypha and Pseudopigrapha, and the Dead Sea Scrolls. E.P. Sanders knowledge of the Talmud, ancient Greek Texts, and the life of Paul allowed him to make one of the most important scholarly contributions in this work. Every student of the New Testament and anyone with an interest in Palestinian Judaism between the Hasmoneans and the codification of the Mishnah will consider this an essential contribution to the area. Whether it is dealing with the gratuity of the covenant, the importance of repentance, and the problems with obedience and the law in rabbinic thought. Stamp from the library of Philip Shores. A classic that has never been superseded. Bound in blue cloth, spine lettering gilt. A lovely near fine copy in near fine dust jacket.
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