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Hans-Joachim Schoeps - Jewish-Christianity

Hans-Joachim Schoeps - Jewish-Christianity

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Published by Francesco Tabarrini
Factional Disputes in the Early Church. The Ebionite View of Christ
Factional Disputes in the Early Church. The Ebionite View of Christ

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Published by: Francesco Tabarrini on Apr 05, 2013
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JewishChristianity
FACTIONAL DISPUTES IN THEEARLY CHURCH
HANS-JOACHIM SCHOEPS
Translated by
DOUGLAS R. A. HARE
FORTRESS PRESS Philadelphia
 
A translation of DAS JUDENCHRISTENTUMPublished by
A. FRANCKE AG VERLAG, BERN, SWITZERLAND, 1964
English translation copyright © 1969
BY FORTRESS PRESS
Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 69-12994523H68 Printed in U.S.A. 1-208
 
Translator'sPreface
Hans-Joachim Schoeps, Professor of the History of Religion at Erlangen University in Bavaria, is well known toNew Testament scholars in the English-speaking world, buthis work is little known to non-specialists because so littlehas been translated. His study of Paul has received considerable attention since its appearance in translation
(Paul:The Theology of the Apostle in the Light of Jewish ReligiousHistory,
trans. Harold Knight [London: Lutterworth Press,and Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1961]). Just as deserving of attention is Schoeps's lengthy study of JewishChristianity,
Theologie und Geschichte des Judenchristen-turns
(Tubingen, 1949). Many of his conjectures and conclusions in this book have been contested, but it remains oneof the most significant contributions of our century to thestudy of the early Jewish church. It is not this work whichis here presented, but rather a much smaller volume,
DasJudenchristentum,
published by Professor Schoeps in 1964in a popular paperback series ("Dalp-Taschenbiicher," Vol.376 [Bern and Munich: Francke Verlag]). It presents themain conclusions of the earlier book without the massivedocumentation necessary in scholarly research.
JewishChristianity
will thus introduce the non-specialist to Schoeps'sresults and at the same time enable the specialist to observeminor shifts in Schoeps's position and his response to thereactions of dissenting scholars after fifteen years of continued study (see, for example, the note on p. 43!).A glossary has been provided to help the non-specialistwith some of the unfamiliar terms found in the book. Fora fuller discussion of these and other terms relating to Jewishv

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