Missione a Israele/Bibliografia

Indice del libro



Bibliografia specialistica, dal libro Biografie cristologiche (Wikibooks)
Bibliografia specialistica, dal libro Ebraicità del Cristo incarnato (Wikibooks)
Bibliografia estesa, dal libro Interpretare Gesù in contesto (Wikibooks)

Fonti secondarie (scelte)

  • Abrahams, Israel. "Rabbinic Aids to Exegesis", in H. B. Swete (curd.), Essays on Some Biblical Questions of the Day: By Members of the University of Cambridge (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1909) 159–92.
  • Alexander, Philip S. "Rabbinic Judaism and the New Testament", ZNW 74 (1983) 237–46.
  • Buchanan, George W. "The Use of Rabbinic Literature for New Testament Research", BTB 7 (1977) 110–22.
  • Chilton, Bruce D. A Galilean Rabbi and His Bible: Jesus’ Use of the Interpreted Scripture of His Time (GNS 8; Wilmington: Glazier, 1984).
  • ——. "Reference to the Targumim in the Exegesis of the New Testament", in E. H. Lovering, Jr. (cur.), Society of Biblical Literature 1995 Seminar Papers (SBLSP 34; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1995) 77–81.
  • Cook, Michael J. "Jesus and the Pharisees—The Problem as It Stands Today", JES 15 (1978) 441–60.
  • Daube, David. "Rabbinic Methods of Interpretation and Hellenistic Rhetoric", HUCA 22 (1949) 239–64.
  • Evans, Craig A. "Early Rabbinic Sources and Jesus Research", in E. H. Lovering, Jr. (cur.), Society of Biblical Literature 1995 Seminar Papers (SBLSP 34; Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1995) 53–76; rist. in B. Chilton & C. A. Evans, Jesus in Context: Temple, Purity, and Restoration (AGJU 39; Leiden: Brill, 1997) 27–57.
  • ——. "Jesus and Rabbinic Parables, Proverbs, and Prayers", in Evans, Jesus and His Contemporaries: Comparative Studies (AGJU 25; Leiden: Brill, 1995) 251–97.
  • ——. "Mishna and Messiah ‘in Context’: Some Comments on Jacob Neusner’s Proposals", JBL 112 (1993) 267–89 [con risposta di Neusner alle pp. 291–304].
  • Moore, George F. "Christian Writers on Judaism", HTR 14 (1921) 197–253.
  • Neusner, Jacob. "Evaluating the Attributions of Sayings to Named Sages in the Rabbinic Literature", JSJ 26 (1995) 93–111.
  • ——. "‘First Cleanse the Inside’: The ‘Halakhic’ Background of a Controversy-Saying", NTS 22 (1976) 486–95; rist. in Neusner, Method and Meaning in Ancient Judaism, vol. 3 (BJS 16; Chico: Scholars Press, 1981) 155–64.
  • ——. Rabbinic Literature and the New Testament (Valley Forge: Trinity Press International, 1994).
  • ——. "When Tales Travel: The Interpretation of Multiple Appearances of a Single Saying or Story in Talmudic Literature", JSNT 27 (1986) 69–88; rist. in S. E. Porter & C. A. Evans (curr.), New Testament Interpretation and Methods (BibSem 45; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1997) 138–57.
  • Parsons, Mikeal C. "The Critical Use of the Rabbinic Literature in New Testament Studies", PRS 12 (1985) 85–102.
  • Rajak, Tessa, Josephus: The Historian and His Society (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1984).
  • Saldarini, Anthony J. "‘Form Criticism’ of Rabbinic Literature", JBL 96 (1977) 257–74.
  • Sandmel, Samuel. "Parallelomania", JBL 81 (1962) 1–13.
  • Schäfer, Peter, The History of the Jews in Antiquity (Luxembourg: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1995).
  • Smith, Morton. "A Comparison of Early Christian and Early Rabbinic Tradition", JBL 82 (1963) 169–76.
  • Stern, Menachem, Greek and Latin Authors on Jews and Judaism, voll. 1-3 (Gerusalemme: The Hebrew University Press, 1974-1984).
  • Theissen, Gerd, The Gospels in Context: Social and Political History in the Synoptic Tradition (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1991).
  • Vermes, Geza. "Jewish Studies and New Testament Interpretation", JJS 31 (1980) 1–17.
  • Whittaker, Molly, Jews and Christians: Graeco-Roman Views (Cambridge: C.U.P., 1984).
  • Wright, N.T., The New Testament and the People of God (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1992).
  • Zias, Joseph & Sekeles, Eliezer. "The Crucified Man from Giv'at ha-Mitvar: A Reappraisal", Israel Exploration Journal, Vol. 35, 1985, pp. 22–27.

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