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Jesus and the Judaism of His Time

3.67  ·  Rating Details  ·  6 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Following his study of Ancient Judaism, the author turns his attention to the emergence of Christianity. The main aim of this work is to understand Jesus as he saw himself, and to compare that self-understanding with the ways in which others have grasped the nature of his mission. To achieve this aim, the key problems, questions and issues in dispute among scholars are re- ...more
Hardcover, 204 pages
Published June 1st 1988 by Polity Press
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Jan 07, 2015 Lora rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A Must Read for Biblical, Judaic, and Christian Scholars

While this book is well written and good about notes it lacked one thing needed for me to give it that 5 star. I found myself being told that so and so is wrong and then Mr. Caitlin puts fourth his position, and gives many reasons why other scholars erred but not where he might have. He doesn't do it every where, but a few places I found myself frustrated not by the information which is typically well thought out and cogent, but more the pr
Jan 04, 2012 Jonathan rated it it was amazing
Zeitlin's book is a well-written and easy to read exposition of first-century Judaism with a look at how Jesus fit into the religious milieu of his time. Zeitlin shows that Jesus was a religious Jew according to the customs of his time, more conservative than average, perhaps, but well within the dominant Pharisee movement of his time. At the end of the book, Zeitlin discusses Christianity's transition from a messianic sect of Judaism, accepted insofar as Jewish customs were observed, to somethi ...more
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