Nazarene Jewish Christianity: From The End Of The New Testament Period Until Its Disappearance In The Fourth Century

Nazarene Jewish Christianity From The End Of The New Testament Period Until Its Disappearance In The Fourth Century Nazarene Jewish Christianity is a comprehensive study of the heirs of the earliest Jerusalem church their history and doctrines their relations with both synagogue and the growing Gentile church The

  • Title: Nazarene Jewish Christianity: From The End Of The New Testament Period Until Its Disappearance In The Fourth Century
  • Author: Ray A. Pritz
  • ISBN: 9789004081086
  • Page: 261
  • Format: None
  • Nazarene Jewish Christianity is a comprehensive study of the heirs of the earliest Jerusalem church, their history and doctrines, their relations with both synagogue and the growing Gentile church The author analyzes all sources, Jewish, Christian, and pagan, which can throw light on the sect and its ultimate mysterious disappearance He also deals with the Birkat haMinimNazarene Jewish Christianity is a comprehensive study of the heirs of the earliest Jerusalem church, their history and doctrines, their relations with both synagogue and the growing Gentile church The author analyzes all sources, Jewish, Christian, and pagan, which can throw light on the sect and its ultimate mysterious disappearance He also deals with the Birkat haMinim and historicity of the flight to Pella.

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    1 thought on “Nazarene Jewish Christianity: From The End Of The New Testament Period Until Its Disappearance In The Fourth Century”

    1. This short but very much scholarly study traces the existence of the Nazarenes, a group of Jewish Christians mostly in Jerusalem who have a few mentions in various early historical works before disappearing. Often, they are mixed up with the Ebionites, but Pritz makes the case for them being a separate group--to wit, the Ebionites did not accept the divinity of Jesus, while the Nazarenes did. Making matters even more confusing is the fact that there are more than one set of Ebionites referenced [...]

    2. Excellent book, well researched, very good at bringing the research to insight and conclusions. A prime resource for anyone doing research in early Christianity.

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