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Jesus’ Attitude towards the Law: A Study of the Gospels
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Jesus’ Attitude towards the Law: A Study of the Gospels

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Eerdmans 2002

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Overview

This book provides a critical reassessment and fresh analysis of Jesus’ attitude towards the Law as portrayed in each of the canonical gospels, Q, Thomas, and the apocryphal gospels. Representing William Loader’s definitive work on the subject, this comprehensive study helps readers gain a clearer picture of Jesus and his message.

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Key Features

  • Provides a clearer picture of Jesus and his message
  • Discusses how the Law is treated in the four canonical Gospels

Contents

  • Jesus’ Attitude Towards the Law according to Mark
  • Jesus’ Attitude Towards the Law according to Matthew
  • Jesus’ Attitude Towards the Law according to Luke
  • Jesus’ Attitude Towards the Law according to Q
  • Jesus’ Attitude Towards the Law according to Thomas and other non-canonical Gospels

Praise for the Print Edition

William Loader is already well known among New Testament exegetes for his fine studies of Hebrews, the Gospel of John, and New Testament Christology. In this monumental work he surveys with skill the very difficult question of the way the Law is treated in the four canonical Gospels. The thoroughness of the survey is seen in the fact that separate chapters are devoted to the Law in the Q document and in noncanonical Gospels. This is indeed an impressive achievement and a most useful tool for New Testament scholars.

John P. Meier, Catholic priest and professor of New Testament, University of Notre Dame

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About William Loader

William Loader is professor emeritus of New Testament at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. He is the author of numerous books including Philo, Josephus, and the Testaments on Sexuality, The Pseudepigrapha on Sexuality, The Dead Sea Scrolls on Sexuality, and Enoch, Levi, and Jubilees on Sexuality.