Jewish Christianity Reconsidered: Rethinking Ancient Groups and Texts
Matt A. Jackson-McCabe
Fortress Press, 2007 - Religion - 389 pages
For decades, scholars have used the phrase "Jewish Christianity" and, more recently, "Christian Judaism." But just what do those terms mean? Who were the first Jewish Christians? What counts as Jewish Christianity? Those questions receive current and definitive treatment in essays drawn together by Matt Jackson- McCabe, founder of the consultation on Jewish Christianity at the Society of Biblical Literature.
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Ten scholars present papers (now seven years old) about early Jewish Christians, their writings and practices. It’s a slippery topic. All scholars recognize the ambiguity in the term “Jewish Christian ... Read full review