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Jerusalem in the Time of Jesus: An Investigation into Econ./Social Conditions during New Test. Period

Author: 
Joachim Jeremias (Author)
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Description

An Investigation into Economic and Social Conditions during the New Testament Period, including: Economic conditions in the city of Jerusalem, economic status, social status, and the maintenance of racial purity.
ISBN: 
9780800611361
Price: 
$29.00
Release date: 
January 1, 1975
Pages: 
406
Width: 
4.50
Height: 
7

Endorsements

"For historical information which is never dead, for the background on the social milieu of Jesus and the early church ... this work is a gift."
— Interpretation

Table of Contents

    Translators' note
    Editions used
    Abbreviations

    PART ONE: ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IN THE CITY OF JERUSALEM

  1. Industries
  2. Commerce
  3. Foreign Visitors

    PART TWO: ECONOMIC STATUS

  4. The Rich
  5. The Middle Class
  6. The Poor
  7. Decisive Factors in Determining the Economic Circumstances of the People of Jerusalem

    PART THREE: SOCIAL STATUS

  8. The Clergy
  9. The Lay Nobility
  10. The Scribes
  11. The Pharisees

    PART FOUR: THE MAINTENANCE OF RACIAL PURITY

  12. The Structure of the National Community
  13. Israelites of Pure Ancestry
  14. Despised Trades and Jewish Slaves
  15. Illegitimate Israelites
  16. Gentile Slaves
  17. The Samaritans
  18. The Social Position of Women