The New Moses

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Description: This fresh and stimulating work is the first book entirely given to the subject of Moses and Mosaic allusions in the Gospel of Matthew. Also included are the history of the discussion of the subject from Bacon to the present as well as a comprehensive analysis of the depiction of ancient Jewish and Christian persons in Mosaic categories. Endorsements: ""An outstanding piece of research that combines the sharpest of intelligent observations with imaginative flair."" -Calum M. Carmichael, Cornell Univesity ""The learning displayed [here] is stupendous... This book will be a triumphal ending of the century in the field."" -David Daube, Univesity of California, Berkeley About the Contributor(s): Dr. Dale C. Allison Jr., Errett M. Grable Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity, has been on the faculty of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary since 1997. Before then, he served on the faculties of Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, Texas) and Friends University (Wichita, Kansas). His areas of expertise include Second Temple Judaism, and he is the author of books on early Christian eschatology, the Gospel of Matthew, the so-called Sayings Source or Q, and the historical Jesus. He has also written The Luminous Dusk, a book on religious experience in the modern world, and a full-length commentary on the Testament of Abraham. His most recently published works are The Love There That's Sleeping: The Art and Spirituality of George Harrison, The Historical Christ and the Theological Jesus, and Constructing Jesus: Memory, History, and Imagination. He has recently completed a full-length commentary on the Epistle of James (to be published in 2013) and is currently working on a commentary on 4 Baruch (Paraleipomena Jeremiou) as well as on a book of reflections on death. He is married to Kristine Allison and they have three children.

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  • : Dale Allison
  • : Wipf & Stock Publishers
  • : 9781620328767
  • : Engels
  • : Paperback
  • : 412
  • : januari 2013
  • : 488
  • : 142 x 217 x 25 mm.
  • : Christendom; Kritiek op en exegese van heilige teksten