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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Douglas E Neel; Joel A Pugh
|ISBN:||9781442212909 144221290X 9781442212923 1442212926|
|Description:||xi, 259 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Why eat the food of Jesus and his followers --
The bounty of the first century kitchen --
Our daily bread --
The farmer, food, and social responsibility --
The Sabbath feast --
The banquet --
The wedding feast --
The feast of the Passover --
Supplement to chapter 8: a first century Passover Haggadah --
The harvest feast --
Eating with God: the Todah feast --
Picnic at the beach --
What we have learned and why we join the feast.
|Series Title:||Religion in the modern world (Lanham, Md.)|
|Responsibility:||Douglas E. Neel, Joel A. Pugh.|
Everyone knows that Jesus fed thousands with just a few fish and loaves, but what did people of the first century eat on an everyday basis? According to Neel and Pugh, the ancient Middle Eastern diet
- Food in the Bible.
- Food habits -- Palestine -- History.
- Bible. -- New Testament -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
- Jews -- Palestine -- Social life and customs.
- Judaism -- History -- Post-exilic period, 586 B.C.-210 A.D.
- Jewish cooking -- History.
- Food -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
- Fasts and feasts in the Bible.