BTS 2210: Jesus of Nazareth (Willitts)
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Catalog Search Terms
Helpful search terms (as Subject, not Keyword) for book searches for the five paper topics in the catalog include the following (note that some differ from the ATLA Plus Religion Database terms):
- Jewish Sabbath Laws and the Practice of Jesus
Sabbath (Jewish law)
Sabbath - Biblical teaching
- Jewish Sects and Jesus’ Relationship to them
Zealots (Jewish party)
- Ancient Synagogues
Synagogues -- Palestine -- History -- to 1500
Synagogues -- Middle East -- History -- to 1500
Synagogue architecture -- Palestine -- History
Synagogue architecture -- Middle East -- History
- Jewish Views of Divorce and Remarriage and Jesus' Perspective
Divorce (Jewish law)
Divorce (Jewish law) - History
Divorce - Biblical teaching
- Jewish Views of Women and Jesus' Practice
Women in Judaism
Women in Judaism - History
Women in Judaism - Israel - Galilee - History - to 1500
Jewish Women - Israel - Galilee - Social conditions
Women - Biblical teaching
Women in the Bible
- Jewish Purity Laws and Jesus' Perspective
Purity, Ritual - Judaism
Purity, Ritual - Judaism - History of doctrines
Purity, Ritual - Biblical teaching
- Jewish Views on Roman Imperial Power in Judea and Jesus' Perspective
Church history - Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600
Jesus Christ - Person and offices
Jesus Christ - Political and social views
Jews - History - 168 B.C.-135 A.D.
Jews - History - Rebellion, 66-73
Jews - Judea (Region) - Politics and government
Palestine - History - 586 B.C.-70 A.D.
Political culture - Judea (Region) - History
Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 BC-284 AD
Rome - Politics and government - 30 B.C.-68 A.D.
- Apocalypticism and the World View of Jesus
Apocalyptic literature AND Judaism
- Physical Structure and/or Religious Significance of the Jerusalem Temple
Temples - Jerusalem
Temple of Jerusalem (Jerusalem)
Temple of Jerusalem (Jerusalem) - History
Temple of Jerusalem (Jerusalem) in the Bible
- Israel's Concrete Hope for Restoration in Jesus' Theology
Jews - Restoration - Biblical teaching
Restoration of the Jews in rabbinical literature
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