What Hath Rabbinic Literature to do With New Testament Interpretation?

Rabbinic Literature – A Rich Source for the Interpretation and Implementation of the Old and New Testaments, by Reinhard Neudecker

imagerenderThese selected essays have appeared over a period of two decades and have been revised for inclusion in this volume. They offer some insight into what has become over the years the author’s major fields of interest, namely: 1) Discovering the wealth that ancient Jewish writers drew from the Bible, much of which is still valid and greatly stimulating for modern readers of Scripture as well. 2) Discovering, especially in rabbinic texts that deal with religious experience and insight, ways in which the much-advocated interreligious dialogue is possible and how it can be fruitful.

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