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The Concept of Purity at Qumran and in the Letters of Paul (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) ebook

by Michael Newton


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Series: Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series (53). Recommend to librarian. The Concept of Purity at Qumran and in the Letters of Paul. This examination of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Letters of Paul finds that, in both these bodies of literature, religious self-understanding is expressed in terms of the concept of purity so important to primitive religion and earlier Judaism. Dr Newton contradicts the view held by most scholars that the traditional Jewish attitude to purity had no place in Christianity.

Published October 6, 2005 by Cambridge University Press. Bible, Judaism, Dead Sea scrolls, Criticism, interpretation, History of doctrines, Ritual Purity.

in Journal for the Study of Judaism.

Series: Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series Categories: Pauline Studies OT Extra-Biblical .

Series: Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series Categories: Pauline Studies OT Extra-Biblical Literature Studies.

By using the concept of purity not unlike that at Qumran or of Pharisaic and Rabbinic Judaism, Paul could elucidate his views on, among other things, the nature of the Church, the divine presence, the basis of ethical behaviour and the significance of the death of Jesus.

Society for New Testament Studies Monograph.

Dr Newton contradicts the view held by most scholars that the traditional Jewish attitude to purity had no place in Christianity. By using the concept of purity not unlike that at Qumran or of Pharisaic and Rabbinic Judaism, Paul could elucidate his views on, among other things, the nature of the Church, the divine presence, the basis of ethical behaviour and the significance of the death of Jesus. Society for New Testament Studies Monograph. Cambridge University Press.

Dr Newton contradicts the view held by most scholars that the traditional Jewish attitude to purity had no place in Christianity

Dr Newton contradicts the view held by most scholars that the traditional Jewish attitude to purity had no place in Christianity.

This examination of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Letters of Paul finds that, in both these bodies of literature, religious self-understanding is expressed in terms of the concept of purity so important to primitive religion and earlier Judaism. Dr Newton contradicts the view held by most scholars that the traditional Jewish attitude to purity had no place in Christianity. By using the concept of purity not unlike that at Qumran or of Pharisaic and Rabbinic Judaism, Paul could elucidate his views on, among other things, the nature of the Church, the divine presence, the basis of ethical behaviour and the significance of the death of Jesus.
Kinashand
Good comparison between the ideas of purity and isolation found in Qumran and Paul. Although this similarity is probably due to just a common Jewish understand of the 1st century.
Nikok
Good
The Concept of Purity at Qumran and in the Letters of Paul (Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series) ebook
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