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This front matter section of the book Revealed Wisdom and Inaugurated Eschatology in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity contains the table of contents, acknowledgements and preface. The book discusses the development of Jewish and Christian eschatology and ethics. It challenges the redactional fashion: sapiential and apocalyptic elements in Q and in historical Jesus traditions belong to different strata. The book reassesses assumption of the "generic incompatibility" of wisdom and apocalyptic in the light of the variegated material from Qumran and the pseudepigrapha. It approaches the question of the relationship of these two elements in Matthew's Gospel in a way that would draw upon the valuable insights of scholars of Second Temple Judaism.

Keywords: ancient Judaism; apocalyptic element; early Christianity; inaugurated eschatology; sapiential element

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