New Testament Moses
Christian Perceptions of Moses & Israel
in the Setting of Jewish Religion
Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum
Neuen Testament, No. 2, No. 173
By John Lierman
382 pages, 6 ¼" x 9 ¼"
$118.00 Paper Original
This is a study of the NT witness to how Jews and Jewish Christians perceived the relationship of Moses with Israel and with the Jewish people. This is a narrowly tailored study, focusing specifically on that relationship without treating Moses in the New Testament comprehensively. The study consults ancient writings and historical material to situate the NT Moses in a larger milieu of Jewish thought. It contributes both to the knowledge of ancient Judaism and the to illumination of NT religion and theology, especially Christology.
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