Roots of Rabbinic Judaism

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2002 - 230 oldal
In a bold challenge to the long-held scholarly notion that Rabbinic Judaism was already an established presence during the Second Temple period, Gabriele Boccaccini here argues that Rabbinic Judaism was actually a daring reform movement that developed following the destruction of the Jerusalem temple and that only took shape in the first centuries of the common era.

Through careful analysis of Second Temple sources, Boccaccini explores the earliest roots of the Rabbinic system of thought in the period from the Babylonian exile to the Maccabean revolt, or from Ezekiel to Daniel. He argues convincingly that a line of thought links Rabbinic Judaism back to Zadokite Judaism through the mediation of the Pharisaic movement.

Sure to be widely debated, Roots of Rabbinic Judaism will be of interest to anyone studying the origins and development of modern Judaism.

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This is a difficult book to summarize. A caricature would be to say that it divides up the books of the Bible and some outside books between the Zadokite school, Anti-Zadokite Enochans, and the Wisdom ... Teljes értékelés elolvasása

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The Rise of Zadokite Judaism
The Return from the Babylonian Exile
Sons of Levi Sons of Aaron Sons of Phinehas
Zadokite Judaism and Its Opponents
Early Opponents Samaritans Tobiads Prophets
The Priestly Opposition Enochic Judaism
The Lay Opposition Sapiential Judaism
The Rapprochement between Zadokite and Sapiential Judaism
From the Ptolemies to the Seleucids The Golden Age of Zadokite Priesthood
Ben Siras Synthesis of Zadokite and Sapiential Judaism
Daniel A Third Way between Zadokite and Enochic Judaism
2 The Emergence of a Third Way between Zadokite and Enochic Judaism
3 The Danielic Revolution

An Unexpected Supporter of Zadokite Judaism Tobit

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Gabriele Boccaccini is professor of Second Temple Judaismand Christian origins at the University of Michigan anddirector of the Enoch Seminar, a biennial internationalconference on the Enoch literature.

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