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A compelling biography of Jesus of Nazareth, written by eminent Jewish scholar of the Second Temple and Early Christianity.

CONTENTSForeword by R. Steven Notley 9 Preface 13 Preface to the Second Edition 17 Chapter 1: The Sources 18 Chapter 2: Ancestry 24 Chapter 3: Baptism 37 Chapter 4: Law 56 Chapter 5: Love 81 Chapter 6: Ethics 93 Chapter 7: The Kingdom of Heaven 104 Chapter 8: The Son 113 Chapter 9: The Son of Man 124 Chapter 10: Jerusalem 134 Chapter 11: Death 146 Chapter 12: Epilogue 175 Supplementary Studies 178 Chapter 13:  The House of David on an Ossuary 180 Chapter 14:  Who is it that Struck You? 187 Chapter 15: ... To Bury Caiaphas, Not to Praise Him 195 Chapter 16: What was the Original Meaning of Ecce Homo? 207 Chapter 17: The Crucified One and the Jews 221 Chapter 18: Additional Considerations: Jesus Weeps Over Jerusalem 237 Chapter 19: The Topography and Archeology of the Passion: A Reconstruction of the Via Dolorosa by Magen Broshi 251 Chapter 20: The Stages of Redemption History According to John the Baptist and Jesus 258 Chapter 21: A New Portrait of Salome 276 Chronological Table 283   Chapter Home  | TOC  | Index

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Front matterHalf Title page Title page Copyright pageDedication Page Table of Contents FOREWORDPREFACEPREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITIONContents1 THE SOURCES 2 ANCESTRY 3 BAPTISM 4 LAW 5 LOVE 6 ETHICS7 THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN 8 THE SON 9 THE SON OF MAN 10 JERUSALEM 11 DEATH 12 EPILOGUE 13 THE HOUSE OF DAVID ON AN OSSUARY1 14 WHO IS IT THAT STRUCK YOU? 115 ... TO BURY CAIAPHAS, NOT TO PRAISE HIM 116 WHAT WAS THE ORIGINAL MEANING OF ECCE HOMO?117 THE CRUCIFIED ONE AND THE JEWS118 ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS: JESUS WEEPS OVER JERUSALEM1 19 THE TOPOGRAPHY AND ARCHEOLOGY OF THE PASSION: A RECONSTRUCTION OF THE VIA DOLOROSA 20 THE STAGES OF REDEMPTION HISTORY ACCORDING TO JOHN THE BAPTIST AND JESUS1 21 A NEW PORTRAIT OF SALOME Back matterCHRONOLOGICAL TABLEBIBLIOGRAPHYINDEX OF SOURCESHEBREW BIBLETARGUMIMNEW TESTAMENTRABBINIC LITERATUREAPOCRYPHA AND PSEUDEPIGRAPHADEAD SEA SCROLLSOTHER SCROLLS AND SCROLL FRAGMENTSJOSEPHUS FLAVIUSPHILOJOSIPPONMEDIEVAL JEWISH BIBLE EXEGESISCHURCH FATHERSGREEK AND LATIN AUTHORSINDEX OF SUBJECTSBack Cover
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