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Cumulative Bibliography

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This bibliography section of the book The New Testament and Rabbinic Literature presents a list of primary sources, and reference works and literature. The comparison of New Testament and rabbinics works both ways. On the one hand, given the undisputed Hebrew Bible basis of the incipient Christian movement and the clear Jewish stratum of its earliest writings, Jewish sources come in first for comparison. More precisely, the popular character of much of rabbinic literature is especially close to the culture of the New Testament. On the other hand, the New Testament with its largely popular ambience is an important early source for studying rabbinic literature. This concerns both halakhah and aggadah, "law" as well as "lore".

Keywords: New Testament; Rabbinic literature



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