Eusebius, Christianity, and Judaism

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Harold W. Attridge, Gōhei Hata
Wayne State University Press, 1992 - Church history - 802 pages
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Scholars of the history and literature of Christianity and Judaism explore the life and enduring contributions of Eusebius of Caesarea, an important writer and historian from the early fourth century. The essays focus on elements of the story that Eusebius tells the story of the early church, its re
  

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Contents

CONTRIBUTORS I
9
PREFACE I
15
INTRODUCTION by Harold W Attridge
27
CHRISTIAN ORIGINS
40
THE FATE OF THE JEWS
42
Christian Perspectives by Richard
53
Gorday I
139
Legends of the Apostles by Dennis R MacDonald I
166
AveryPeck I
409
EUSEBIUS AS APOLOGIST
435
Arthur J Droge I
492
Eusebius and the Posthumous Career of Apollonius of Tyana
510
Eusebius on Jesus as Deceiver and Sorcerer by Frederick
523
EUSEBIUS AS EXEGETE
543
Eusebius as a Polemical Interpreter of Scripture by Michael
585
EUSEBIUS AND THE EMPIRE
619

THE GROWTH AND EXPANSION
183
Clark I
256
Early Christian and Jewish Art by Joseph Gutmann I
270
IK ORTHODOXY AND HERESY
291
Jewish Christianity by Alan F Segal I
326
Christian SelfIdentification and the Twelfth Benediction
355

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About the author (1992)

Harold Attridge is Dean of Yale University Divinity School and Lillian Claus Professor of New Testament. He has made scholarly contributions to New Testament exegesis and to the study of Hellenistic Judaism and the history of the early Church. He has edited eleven books and contributed numerous chapters and articles to books and journals. He has been an editorial board member of Catholic Biblical Quarterly, the Harvard Theological Review, the Journal of Biblical Literature, and the Hermenia Commentary Series. He is active in the Society of Biblical Literature and served as its president.

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