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Jewish forerunners of Christianity

Author: Adolph Danziger
Publisher: London : John Murray, 1904.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adolph Danziger
OCLC Number: 222442047
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 326 pages
Contents: 1. Hillel the Babylonian, forerunner of Christ; Shammai the nationalist, opponent of Hillel --
2. Jesus of Nazareth: Talmudic evidences of his life and death --
3. Yochanan ben Zakkai, the 'least of the disciples' of Hillel --
4. 'Haninah ben Dosa, the second Shammai --
5. Eliezer ben Hyrkanos, the disciple of Ben Zakkai, who embraced Christianity --
6. Josua ben Hananiah, the blacksmith-judge and friend of Hadrian --
7. Akibah the revolutionist, forerunner of Mohammed --
8. Rabbi Mair the illustrious, and Acher the agnostic --
9. Simon ben Yohai, rival of the house of Hillel; his son Eleazar --
10. Rabbi Juda the prince, compiler of the Mishnah, the founder of Talmudic literature.
Responsibility: by Adolph Danziger.

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