"Non-canonical" Religious Texts in Early Judaism and Early Christianity - Jewish and Christian Texts by Lee Martin McDonald
This volume draws attention to ancient religious texts, especially so-called "illegal" texts, by focusing on how they are used or functioned in early Judaism and early Christianity. Contributors are Bible…
This volume draws attention to ancient religioustexts, especially so-called "illegal" texts, by focusing on how they are used or functioned in early Judaism and earlyChristianity. Contributors are Bible scholars who have chosen one or more Jewish or Christian texts fabricated or false, to describe their old jobs in their emerging social environments. This shows the fluidity of the Bible concept in the early centuries of the Church and Judaism in the late antiquity, but it also shows the value of examining ancient religious texts that were not included in biblical or Jewish biblical laws.
These chapters show that there is much to be learned from examining and comparing these texts with canonical literature and evaluating them in their social context. No ancient text has been created in a vacuum, and non-essential writings do not help explain not only many of the ecclesiastical writings, but also shed considerable light on the early Jewish and Christian context..
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