Judaism in the Roman World

@inproceedings{Goodman2007JudaismIT,
  title={Judaism in the Roman World},
  author={Martin Goodman},
  year={2007}
}
These collected studies, previously published in diverse places between 1990 and 2006, discuss important and controversial issues in the study of the development of Judaism in the Roman world from the first century C.E. to the fifth. 
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  • 2009
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The present article defends the basics of Martyn's reconstruction while nuancing the extent of rabbinic control in the early Christian centuries, suggesting that the original of Birkat Ha-Minim may have been a Qumranian curse on the Romans.
"One Would Not Consider Them Jews": Reassessing Jewish and Christian "Heresy"
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Abstract:With some regularity one encounters the claim that early Christian and rabbinic constructions of and responses to "heresy" exhibit striking similarities. These commonalities have been
The Thessalonian Believers, Formerly "Pagans" or "God-Fearers"?: Challenging a Stubborn Consensus
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Marriage and Divorce in the Herodian Family: A Case Study of Diversity in Late Second Temple Judaism
Marriage and Divorce in the Herodian Family: A Case Study of Diversity in Late Second Temple Judaism by Ingrid Johanne Moen Department of Religion Date___________ Approved: _________________________
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