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Didache and Judaism: Jewish Roots of an Ancient Christian-Jewish Work (Texts and Studies) Hardcover – November 9, 2004


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  • Series: Texts and Studies
  • Hardcover: 312 pages
  • Publisher: T&T Clark Int'l (November 9, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0567025314
  • ISBN-13: 978-0567025319
  • Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.4 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,603,730 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

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"He is one of the best trained expersts in the field fo Early Christian-Jewish thought and history, and this accomplishement is recognized in Italy, Jerusalem and in Oxford, as I have observed." -J.H. Charlesworth (J.H. Charlesworth)

'del Verme provides an astonishingly detailed annotated bibliography of his "imaginary scriptorium"...This certainly provides a useful resource for newcomers to the field...I find this collection and translation into English of the work of del Verme to be an important contribution to the debate and research into the Didache.'
Jonathan A. Draper, Neotestamentica 40.1 (2006)
(Jonathan A. Draper)

'worthy of study' (Andrew Gregory, Themelios, 32/1 Themelios)

'His ambition to venture beyond the generality 'Judaism' to comparison with a particular movement with Judaism is...praiseworthy.' (Alan Garrow, Vol 28.50, 2006 Journal for the Study of the New Testament)

"The author expresses the hope that studies like his...will eventually contribute to a better understanding and coexistence between Jews and Christians and, maybe, also others. In the world like ours, that may be too much to expect...but Del Verme's book is a very welcome step in this direction."
(Journal of the Italian Research Group)

"fascinating"
"this work is to be commmended for its attention to detail and, in particular, the excellent annotated bibliography with which it begins"
(Llyod K. Pitersen, Journal of Jewish Studies)

'Del Verme is clearly a fine scholar and is to be commended for his literary achievment, as well as for his insights into a topic that has become an anvil upon which many recent scholars have struck their own distinctive hammers... Undoubtedly the solution to modern scholarship's quest for the roots of the Didache and its community will need to take seriously the sharp ring of Del Verme's own research perspectives and historical deliberations.
Clayton N. Jefford
St. Meinrad Archabbey
Biblica
(Clayton N. Jefford, St. Meinrad Archabbey)

"He is one of the best trained expersts in the field fo Early Christian-Jewish thought and history, and this accomplishement is recognized in Italy, Jerusalem and in Oxford, as I have observed." -J.H. Charlesworth (Sanford Lakoff)

'del Verme provides an astonishingly detailed annotated bibliography of his "imaginary scriptorium"...This certainly provides a useful resource for newcomers to the field...I find this collection and translation into English of the work of del Verme to be an important contribution to the debate and research into the Didache.'
Jonathan A. Draper, Neotestamentica 40.1 (2006)
(Sanford Lakoff)

"The author expresses the hope that studies like his...will eventually contribute to a better understanding and coexistence between Jews and Christians and, maybe, also others. In the world like ours, that may be too much to expect...but Del Verme's book is a very welcome step in this direction."
(Sanford Lakoff)

"fascinating"
"this work is to be commmended for its attention to detail and, in particular, the excellent annotated bibliography with which it begins"
(Sanford Lakoff)

'Del Verme is clearly a fine scholar and is to be commended for his literary achievment, as well as for his insights into a topic that has become an anvil upon which many recent scholars have struck their own distinctive hammers... Undoubtedly the solution to modern scholarship's quest for the roots of the Didache and its community will need to take seriously the sharp ring of Del Verme's own research perspectives and historical deliberations.
Clayton N. Jefford
St. Meinrad Archabbey
Biblica
(Sanford Lakoff)

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Marcello Del Verne is Professor of Early Christianity and History of Religions, University of Naples, Federico II, Italy.

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