The Jewish World Around The New Testament

@inproceedings{Bauckham2008TheJW,
  title={The Jewish World Around The New Testament},
  author={Richard J. Bauckham},
  year={2008}
}
1. Introduction 2. The Martyrdom of Enoch and Elijah: Jewish or Christian? 3. Enoch and Elijah in the Coptic Apocalypse of Elijah 4. The Rise of Apocalyptic 5. The Delay of the Parousia 6. A Note on a Problem in the Greek Version of 1 Enoch 1.9 7. The Son of Man: 'A Man in my Position' or 'Someone'? 8. The Apocalypses in the New Pseudepigrapha 9. Pseudo-Apostolic Letters 10. Kainam the Son of Arpachshad in Luke's Genealogy 11. The List of the Tribes of Israel in Revelation 7 12. The Parting of… Expand
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