Jesus' Jewisbness: Exploring the place of Jesus within early Judaism

J. Engelbrecht
1996 HTS Teologiese Studies/Theological Studies  
This volume is the second in the series Shared ground among Jews and Christians published by The American Interfaith Institute. It contains contributions by nine scholars, ranging from Protestants (Cox and Charlesworth) and Roman Catholics (Kling, Meier and Harrington), to Jews from Israel (Flusser), Europe (Vermes) and the United States (Segal and Rivkin). These studies were not intended for this book; they were written over the last two decades and originally appeared elsewhere, but are
more » ... here, but are republished here with corrections and additions. What they have in common is that they reflect on the importance for Jews and Christians of the historical fact that Jesus was a Jew, and on the implications this fact has for
doi:10.4102/hts.v52i2/3.1530 fatcat:p3s7csgqcbgbhm3i6wcebbu7da