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This front matter section of the book Jesus, Paul, and Early Christianity: Studies in Honour of Henk Jan de Jonge presents the table of contents, and the preface. In his work as a New Testament scholar, Henk De Jonge always stressed the necessity of ongoing research into those issues that are fundamental for a better understanding of Jesus, of the movement that issued from his actions as eschatological preacher, and of the ways in which the convictions of Jesus' followers were shaped and developed in oral and written tradition. He concentrated on his teaching, as well as on the supervision of numerous dissertations on the Pseudepigrapha and the New Testament. His research resulted in a long list of publications on early Christianity, especially the emergence and development of central Christian tenets, such as vicarious death, reconciliation, and resurrection; and of the most important Christian ritual, the commemorative meal on Sunday.

Keywords: early Christianity; Henk Jan de Jonge; Jesus; Paul



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