«For it is Written»: Essays on the Function of Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity by Jan Dochhorn«For it is Written»: Essays on the Function of Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity by Jan Dochhorn

«For it is Written»: Essays on the Function of Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity

EditorJan Dochhorn

Hardcover | March 9, 2012

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This volume is a collection of articles dealing with the function of scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity. It is a result of the cooperation between the Center for the Study of Antiquity and Christianity (C-SAC) at the University of Aarhus and international scholars. Special attention is paid to the interplay between scripture and liturgy and creed in Early Christianity.
Jan Dochhorn was born 1968 in Hannover (Germany). He studied Protestant Theology in Münster and Tübingen. In 2005, he published his dissertation about the Apocalypse of Moses. Since 2007 he has been Associate Professor for New Testament Studies at the University of Aarhus (Denmark). In 2010, he published a monograph on the Apocalypse o...
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Title:«For it is Written»: Essays on the Function of Scripture in Early Judaism and ChristianityFormat:HardcoverDimensions:9.06 × 6.1 × 0.98 inPublished:March 9, 2012Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3631632533

ISBN - 13:9783631632536

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Contents: Jan Dochhorn: Einleitung – George J. Brooke: Canonisation Processes of the Jewish Bible in the Light of the Qumran Scrolls – Natalio Fernández Marcos: Authorization and Canonization Processes of the Greek Versions of the Jewish Bible – Paul F. Bradshaw: The Interplay between Sacred Text and Liturgical Rite in Early Christianity – Wolfram Kinzig: The Creed and the Development of the Liturgical Year in the Early Church – Markus Öhler: Who was John the Baptist? From John 1:19-28 to Heracleon – Felix Albrecht: Markierte Intertextualität. Beobachtungen zum Schriftgebrauch des Ps.-Ignatius.