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This front matter section of the book Studies in Rabbinic Judaism and Early Christianity contains the table of contents, introduction and a list of contributors of the book. Initially the book places Jesus in the society of his time and then analyzes references to the first Christians in Talmudic literature. It then proceeds to an examination of the attitude of early Christianity toward the Temple of Jerusalem. Afterward the book offers a general definition of the Jewish context in which Christianity took shape and asks whether early Christianity was influenced by concepts and beliefs from the pagan world. Finally it sheds light on the Partings of the Ways between Jews and Christians.

Keywords: early Christianity; rabbinic Judaism; Talmudic literature



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