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Auld and A. Jack, eds. Davies and R. White eds. It cannot be the Mosaic Torah, at least not historically speaking, since it had not yet been revealed to Moses. It is, rather, an explicit appeal to a pre-Mosaic Torah. That is, there were revelations from the heavenly tablets prior to Moses. The book of Jubilees is later than the Enochic books. Enoch is. Chazon and M. Stone eds. Boccaccini and G. Ibba eds. Wright ed. An angel gave seven tablets to Jacob, who wrote them down Levi and his sons are entrusted with a library of books containing these heavenly secrets Moses, too, is part of this tradition.

Jubilees, in other words, claims to be a pre-Mosaic heavenly revelation. This appeal to creation and the heavenly tablets is not intended to prioritize or privilege the authority of the Mosaic Torah, but rather to re-describe the Mosaic Torah as part of the pre-Mosaic divine revelation.

The Mosaic Torah was only part of the heavenly tablets revealed to Enoch. The eternal law is written in heaven and manifest in the divine order of creation. On the idea of an eternal covenant, see James C.

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Mosaic Torah could be conceived as a partial revelation of the fuller eternal law of the heavenly tablets or Torah of creation. The Temple was contested sacred space, the cen- tral axis and navel of creation. Morales ed. Anderson ed.

Berger, Die Gesetzesauslegung Jesu. Ihr historischer Hintergrund im Judentum und im Alten Testament. Jewish identity as constructed by contemporary scholarship. At the same time, recent scholarship on the diversity within Second Temple Judaism warns us against presuming that all Jews shared the same degree of Torah observance or participation in the Temple cult. See also William E. The question of whether or not the historical Jesus opposed or affirmed the law is a contested and divisive issue in New Testament scholarship.

In his influential monograph Jesus and Judaism, E. But this does not mean that Jesus never criticized, corrected, or reinterpreted the law. Mendenhall and G. Allison, Jr. And while we need not deny that Jesus was probably capable of spontaneous responses to halakhic challenges, it is nonetheless reasonable to suppose that Jesus was guided by some coherent internal sense, unifying princi- ple, or hermeneutic, that he had some idea of how to interpret the tradition and a distinctive way that he positioned himself in rela- tionship to it.

To think otherwise is to assume that his halakhah was haphazard. Let us begin, then, with a chronological inventory of our sources. Eckstein, C. Landmesser, and H. Lichtenberger eds. Lindemann ed. Hawthorne and O. Betz eds. What role did Torah observance play? Our models range from the proposi- tion that the Q group was not interested in the law i.

Q contains a high number of biblical references. These are inter-Jewish tensions in the context of first-century Judaism. Dettwiler and D. Marguerat eds. Heil and J. Verheyden eds. Dale C.


It is found in say- ings framing the entire document and complements the theme of the rejected prophets Q c; Q —51; Q — These two major themes create a distinctive thematic unity to Q. Q is a Jewish text repre- senting inner- and intra-Jewish conflicts. We find hints of this in Q , where John warns the crowds that Jewish ethnic identity in and of itself was not deemed sufficient to avoid the coming judgment. Consequently, the author s of Q seem to have distanced themselves from those norms, to differentiate them- selves from Pharisaic customs,77 normative family values, and ethnic identity.

New religious movements emerge through constructing difference, that is, new religions create a new world, give new meanings to old symbols, and create new symbols and rituals to define themselves in reaction, response, or opposition to earlier traditions. Austin eds. Hogg and Joel Cooper eds. Q is a classic example of nascent sectarian identity formation. Q contains numerous traces and echoes of the social conflict dynamics delineated in social identity theory.

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It combats stereo- types directed at its leaders, John and Jesus. It emphasizes faithfulness to Jesus and his teach- ings. The Temptation narrative affirms that Jesus is faithful and obedient to the Torah. The Temptation narrative is followed by the Inaugural Sermon Q —49 , an instructional collection where Jesus speaks as the obedient Son of God, and re interprets the Torah.

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William R. See also Q —45 cf. Lev The Temple is a place where prophets are killed. Hoffmann, Studien, , thinks it refers to the city. See also 2 Bar ; ; Josephus B. While certain aspects of Torah observance in Q have now been surveyed, the only passage which specifically refers to the law is Q — We will proceed by re-examining each individual saying and then re-assessing their coherence as a unit, beginning with Q On one hand, John dies a violent death, and Q b focuses on violence to the kingdom.

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John and Jesus are also portrayed as parallel figures,94 even colleagues, in the Jesus tradition. Robinson, Paul Hoffmann, and John S. Kloppenborg eds. As a unit, see also D. Kosch, Die Gottesherrschaft im Zeichen des Widerspruchs. Tiwald ed. Schulz, Q, Hoffmann, Studien, 50—79, esp.

Allison Jr. Kosch also argues that the addition of reflects an early compositional stage in Q.