"There is no one better than Father Chilton at penetrating the fog and the mists which intervene between our own culture and that of the first century of the Common Era. In this subtle and sophisticated investigation of the similar but different calendars of early Christianity and rabbinic Judaism he shows how the two traditions created for themselves different but complementary notions of time and eternity."
--Reverend Andrew Greeley, University of Chicago and the University of Arizona
"In Redeeming Time, Bruce Chilton offers a reflection on time in Judaism and Christianity that is both erudite and elegant."
--Walter Wink, Auburn Theological Seminary -- Review
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About the Author
Bruce Chilton is Bernard Iddings Bell Professor of Religion at Bard College, director of its Institute of Advanced Theology, rector of the Church of St. John the Evangelist, and author of Rabbi Jesus: An Intimate Biography.