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Index of Subjects and Figures

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This section of the book contains a list of names, terms and concepts mentioned in the book The Missions of James, Peter, and Paul. The book investigates the nature, diversity, and relationship of three early and important expressions of Judaic Christianity. It is the conviction of the contributors that the Judaic origins of the Christian movement have not been sufficiently understood in both ecclesiastical and academic circles. Comparison with contemporary Judaism is foundational and leads to the question that guides discussion: How did James relate to such prominent figures as Peter and Paul? Given James' own eminence, those relationships must have been hallmarks of his own stance and status, and they open the prospect that we might delineate James' theological perspective more precisely than otherwise possible by means of this contrast with Peter and Paul.

Keywords: James; Judaic Christianity; Judaism; Paul; Peter

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