By Matthias Henze
during this ebook, Matthias Henze bargains a detailed analyzing of a few of the significant passages in Second Baruch , exposes its major issues, explains the apocalyptic application it advocates, attracts a few parallels with different texts, Jewish and Christian, and locates Second Baruch 's highbrow position within the rugged terrain of post-70 C.E. Jewish literature and concept. for contemporary readers attracted to Judaism of the past due moment Temple interval, within the Jewish global from which early Christianity emerged, and within the origins of rabbinic Judaism, Second Baruch is a useful source.
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Jewish Apocalypticism in Late First Century Israel: Reading 'Second Baruch' in Context (Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism) by Matthias Henze