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Bandits, prophets, and messiahs : popular movements in the time of Jesus

Author: Richard A Horsley; John S Hanson
Publisher: San Francisco : Harper & Row, 1988, ©1985.
Series: New voices in biblical studies.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Harper & Row paperback edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard A Horsley; John S Hanson
ISBN: 0866839933 9780866839938
OCLC Number: 17620268
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Minneapolis : Winston Press, ©1985.
Description: xxviii, 271 pages : map ; 24 cm.
Contents: ch. 1. Historical background: Israel's origins as a free peasantry in covenant with God ; Establishment of the monarchy over Israel and prophetic protest ; Judea under the Persian Empire : the establishment of the priestly aristocracy at the head of the temple-community ; Hellenistic rule : political subjection, cultural imperialism, and popular rebellion ; Roman domination : oppression and revolt --
ch. 2. Ancient Jewish social banditry: The characteristics and conditions of social banditry ; The socioeconomic conditions of Jewish social banditry and other popular movements ; Social banditry in Palestine ; Relations between brigands and peasants ; Jewish banditry and the revolt against Rome --
ch. 3. Royal pretenders and popular messianic movements: The tradition of popular kingship ; Conditions of the revival of the tradition of popular kingship ; Popular kings and their movements --
ch. 4. Prophets and prophetic movements: Traditions of two types of popular prophets and prophetic expectations ; Two types of popular prophets at the time of Jesus --
ch. 5. Fourth Philosophy, Sicarli, Zealots: The Fourth Philosophy ; The Sicarli ; The Zealots --
Conclusion: A typology of popular movements and their implications.
Series Title: New voices in biblical studies.
Responsibility: Richard A. Horsley with John S. Hanson.

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