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This front matter section of the book The Language Environment of First Century Judaea: Jerusalem Studies in the Synoptic Gospels-Volume Two contains the table of contents. The book demonstrates that a change is taking place in New Testament studies. It investigates various areas where increasing linguistic data and changing perspectives impact New Testament studies. In some cases, prevalent assumptions on language use within the field of New Testament studies are challenged and found wanting. The book looks at the history of New Testament studies and explores why, at the end of the 19th century, scholars assumed a two-language paradigm: Guido Baltes, "The Origins of the 'Exclusive Aramaic Model' in the Nineteenth Century: Methodological Fallacies and Subtle Motives". It focuses on the synoptic criticism, which benefits from detailed linguistic appraisals of the Synoptic Gospels.

Keywords: Gospels; Hebrew; Jerusalem Studies; Judaea; synoptic criticism



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