Fortress Press New Testament Backgrounds (5 vols.)
by 7 authors Conzelmann, Hans, Jeremias, Joachim, Johnson, Luke Timothy, Malina, Bruce, Stegemann, Wolfgang, Theissen, Gerd, Smith, Dennis E.
Fortress Press 1975–2011
Explore the first-century Judeo-Christian and Greco-Roman world in which the New Testament church and Scriptures were formed. From Joachim Jeremias’ classic Jerusalem in the Time of Jesus to Dennis E. Smith’s landmark From Symposium to Eucharist, this collection offers broad treatments and focused studies of this formative period for Jewish and Christian history. Immerse yourself in the New Testament’s rich context, and look at the Scriptures through the lenses of its writers and their audience.
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- The latest research on New Testament backgrounds
- Illuminating insights into the context and message of Jesus and Early Christianity
- Focused treatment of key topics and issues for understanding the Greco-Roman world
- Gentiles—Jews—Christians: Polemics and Apologetics in the Greco-Roman Era by Hans Conzelmann
- From Symposium to Eucharist: The Banquet in the Early Christian World by Dennis E. Smith
- The Social Setting of Jesus and the Gospels edited by Bruce Malina, Wolfgang Stegemann, and Gerd Theissen
- Religious Experience in Earliest Christianity: A Missing Dimension in New Testament Studies by Luke Timothy Johnson
- Jerusalem in the Time of Jesus by Joachim Jeremias
Gentiles—Jews—Christians: Polemics and Apologetics in the Greco-Roman Era
- Author: Hans Conzelmann
- Publisher: Fortress Press
- Publication Date: 2011
- Pages: 432
- Title: Fortress Press New Testament Backgrounds
- Publisher: Fortress press
- Volumes: 8
- Pages: 2,757