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Index of Passages in the Old and New Testament and the Early Christian Literature

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This index contains passages from the Old and New Testament and early Christian literature that occur in the book Patristic Evidence for Jewish-Christian Sects. The book is a collection of passages from early Christian literature regarding Jewish-Christian sects in the hope that scholars interested in the origin and development of Jewish Christianity in the first centuries of the era may find it useful in their studies. Early Christian authors speak of Jewish Christianity merely as a heretical movement, although some representatives of these heresies were already supposed to have been present in the Apostolic Church. They divide Jewish Christianity into five different groups, each with its own characteristics: the Cerinthians, Ebionites, Nazoraeans, Symmachians and Elkesaites.

Keywords: Cerinthians; Ebionites; Elkesaites; Jewish Christianity; Nazoraeans; New Testament; Old Testament; Symmachians



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