These five essays deal with the influence of Judaic haggadah or lore, especially in the form of acreative historiographya or aimaginative dramatization, a on four enigmatic passages in the Gospels, and one in Acts. They point to their deeper theological truths and negate the alternatives of true or false, historical or non-historical, usually applied to the narratives.Judaic tradition greatly expands Abrahama#39;s praying. An early example, directly relevant, is recorded by Josephus in Ant. 1.228. He has Abraham tell Isaac at the Aqedah in Genesis 22: aquot;My child, myriad were the prayers in which I besoughtanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays in the Judaic Background of Mark 11:12–14, 20–21; 15:23; Luke 1:37; John 19:28–30; and Acts 11:28|
|Author||:||Roger David Aus|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2015-07-02|