All those interested in Christian origins and early Jewish-Christian relations, the background to the New Testament, Patristics, as well as those interested in the development of Christian liturgy and worship.
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Jonathan A. Draper, Ph.D. (1984) in New Testament, Cambridge University, is Associate Professor of New Testament at the University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg. He has published extensively on the Didache, Christian origins, and New Testament interpretation in the South African context.
This volume makes available a collection of the most important and influential modern articles on the 'Didache' or 'Teaching of the Twelve Apostles', many of them appearing in English for the first time. Leading Jewish and Christian scholars in the field represented in the volume include G. Alon, J-P. Audet, E. Bammel, J. Betz, J.A. Draper, D. Flusser, A. de Halleux, E. Mazza, K. Niederwimmer, W. Rordorf, G. Schöllgen, H.R. Seeliger and C.M. Tuckett. Essays included provide a representative sample of most aspects of study of this first-century Christian writing, documenting an increasing scholarly interest in its importance for the understanding of Christian origins.
The editor provides an extensive review of scholarship on the 'Didache' in the past fifty years, outlining its major trends and implications.
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