Proceedings of a conference held Apr. 12-13, 2007 at the University of Tilburg, the Netherlands
Includes bibliographical references (p. 397-427) and indexes
Reconstructing the social and religious milieu of Matthew: methods, sources, and possible results / David C. Sim -- Reconstructing the social and religious milieu of James: methods, source, and possible results / Oda Wischmeyer -- Reconstructing the social and religious milieu of the Didache: observations and possible results / Jurgen K. Zangenberg -- Didache, Matthew, James - and Paul: reconstructing historical developments in Antioch / Magnus Zetterholm -- Transformations of post-70 Judaism: scholarly reconstructions and their implications for our perception of Matthew, Didache, and James / Peter Tomson -- Jewish Christianity, a state of affairs: affinities and differences with respect to Matthew, James and the Didache / Joseph Verheyden -- Apostles, teachers and evangelists: stability and movement of funtionaries in Matthew, James and the Didache / Jonathan Draper -- Ideal community according to Matthew, James, and the Didache / Wim J. C. Weren -- Poverty and piety in Matthew, James and the Didache / John S. Kloppenborg -- Jesus tradition in Matthew, James and the Didache: searching for characteristic emphasses / Jens Schroter -- Problems with pluralism in the second temple Judaism: Matthew, James, and the Didache in their Jewish-Roman milieu / J. Andrew Overman -- Love command in Matthew, James and the Didache / Matthias Konradt -- Ethics in the letter of James, the gospel of Matthew, and the Didache / Patrick J Hartin -- Law and ethics in Matthew’s antithesis and James’s letter: a reorientation of Halakah in line with the Jewish two ways 3:1-6 / Huub van de Sandt -- Paraenesis and baptism in Matthew, James and the Didache / Alistair Stewart-Sykes -- Prescence and absence of a prohibition of oath in James, Matthew and the Didache and its significance for contextualization / Martin Vahrenhorst -- Purity in Matthew, James and the Didache / Boris Repschinski.
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