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eBook The Wisdom of Egypt: Jewish, Early Christian, and Gnostic Essays in Honour of Gerard P. Luttikhuizen (Arbeiten zur Geschichte des Antiken Judentums ... Bd. 59) (English and German Edition) ePub

by Anthony Hilhorst,George H Kooten

  • ISBN: 9004144250
  • Category: World
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Anthony Hilhorst,George H Kooten
  • Language: English German
  • Publisher: Brill Academic Pub; Bilingual edition (April 2005)
  • Pages: 560
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The Wisdom of Egypt book. The Wisdom of Egypt: Jewish, Early Christian, and Gnostic Essays in Honour of Gerard P. Luttikhuizen. This collection of essays, published on the occasion of Gerard Luttikhuizen s retirement, highlights the Egyptian subject-matter, background or provenance of many Jewish, Early Christian, and Gnostic texts. It covers a broad spectrum of themes, genres, and traditions.

Bibliographic Details . Anthony Hilhorst, P. Publisher: Brill Academic Pub. Publication Date: 2005. This collection of essays gives a vivid impression of Egypt as background and stage of Jewish, Christian, and Gnostic thought and life in antiquity. It demonstrates Egypt’s important role in the history, literature and culture of these religions. About the Author: Anthony Hilhorst, P. Nijmegen, 1976) in Classics, is Lecturer Emeritus at the University of Groningen. He acted as Secretary to the Journal for the Study of Judaism and has published on early Christian texts and culture.

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This collection of essays, published on the occasion of Gerard Luttikhuizen’s retirement, highlights the Egyptian subject-matter, background or provenance of many Jewish, Early Christian, and Gnostic texts. It shows that Egypt was a vibrant point of reference, sometimes even a focal point and cradle for Jews, Christians, and Gnostics and their thought. The first part of this book examines various aspects of the relation between Judaism and Egypt, mainly in the Graeco-Roman period.

Gnostic tractates are very diverse.

This collection of essays, published on the occasion of Gerard Luttikhuizen s retirement . The first part of this book examines various aspects of the relation.

This collection of essays, published on the occasion of Gerard Luttikhuizen s retirement, highlights the Egyptian subject-matter, background or provenance of many Jewish, Early Christian, and Gnostic texts.

Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2005

Kooten, Geurt Hendrik van, 1969-, Luttikhuizen, Gerard . EBSCO Publishing (Firm). Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2005. Series: Arbeiten zur Geschichte des antiken Judentums und des Urchristentums ; Bd. 59. Subjects: Bible. Old Testament Criticism, interpretation, etc. Egypt Religion.

PART ONE JUDAISM & EGYPT Ed Noort The Disgrace of Egypt: Joshua . 397 Jacobus van Dijk Early Christian Apocrypha and the Secret Books of Ancient Egypt. a and Its Context. 3 Florentino García Martínez La Genèse d'Alexandrie, les Rabbins et Qumrân . 81 Bert Jan Lietaert Peerbolte The Wisdom of Solomon and the Gnostic Sophia. 97 Jan Willem van Henten Cleopatra in Josephus: From Herod's Rival to the Wise Ruler's Opposite . 419 Eibert Tigchelaar Baraies on Mani's Rapture, Paul, and the Antediluvian Apostles .

Series: Arbeiten Zur Geschichte Des Antiken Judentums Und Des Urchristentums (Book 35).

The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Series: Arbeiten Zur Geschichte Des Antiken Judentums Und Des Urchristentums (Book 35). Hardcover: 304 pages.

This collection of essays gives a vivid impression of Egypt as background and stage of Jewish, Christian, and Gnostic thought and life in antiquity. It demonstrates Egypt’s important role in the history, literature and culture of these religions.