The Apostolic Age—the period from Christ’s death until the second destruction of Jerusalem—spans from 33 AD to 73 AD. In volume seven of Georg Heinrich Ewald’s historical collection, The History of Israel, he carefully details the formation of the first church during this time-frame, providing insights for anyone studying the early church or the apostles.
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- Introduces the formation of the first church
- Scholarly historical writings that are easily accessible to all
- Provides insight into the life and times of the apostles
- The Commencement of this New Age, from 33 to 44 AD
- In the Christian Church
- Amongst Judeans
- The Progress of the New Age, from 44 to 65 AD
- The Christian Church
- Judeans and Their Relation to Christians
- The End of this Age, from 66 to 73 AD
- The beginning of the Delusive Independence
- The Changed Constitution and Administration of the State
- The Parties in Jerusalem
- The Siege and Conquest of Jerusalem
- The Final Struggles—The Roman Use of Their Victory
- Title: The History of Israel, vol. 7: The Apostolic Age
- Author: Georg Heinrich Ewald
- Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Company
- Publication Date: 1885
- Pages: 668
About Georg Heinrich Ewald
Georg Heinrich Ewald was born in Germany, where he spent his life as a biblical scholar and professor at the University of Gottingen. He devoted his life to Hebrew studies and wrote much-loved text on Hebrew grammar—on which all subsequent Hebrew grammars have been based. Other well-known books of his include Commentary on the Prophets of the Old Testament (5 vols.). Ewald died in 1875.