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By David W. Chapman

ISBN-10: 3161495799

ISBN-13: 9783161495793

David W. Chapman examines moment Temple and early rabbinic literature and fabric continues to be as a way to exhibit the variety of historic Jewish perceptions approximately crucifixion. Early Christian literature is then proven to mirror expertise of, and interplay with, those Jewish perceptions. historical Jewish ancient debts of crucifixion are tested, magical literature is analyzed, and the proverbial use of crucifixion imagery is studied. He can pay distinct cognizance to Jewish interpretations of key previous testomony texts that point out human physically suspension in organization with execution. past experiences have confirmed how pervasive in antiquity was once the view of the pass as a poor and shameful loss of life. during this quantity, the writer presents extra facts of such perspectives in historic Jewish groups. extra confident perceptions may be hooked up to crucifixion insofar because the loss of life might be linked to the blameless patient or martyr in addition to with latent sacrificial photographs. Christian literature, proclaiming a crucified Messiah, betrays understanding of those a variety of perceptions by way of looking to reject or remodel unfavorable stereotypes, or by means of embracing a few of these extra confident institutions. therefore early Christian literature at the pass shows, to a better measure than is usually well-known, a mirrored image upon a few of the Jewish perceptions of the move in antiquity

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B r o c k e l m a n n also and (intransitive) surrexit, So J. P a y n e Smith (Dictionary, horruif {Lexicon Syriacum, 98). 119) notes concerning sua \ "in the Ν . T. crucified but in other b o o k s rVn . \ _ is u s u a l . " 8 0 R. , Thesaurus, 2 : 4 4 4 0 - 4 4 . N T influence here is quite possible, espe­ cially given the u s a g e (and potential subsequent influence) o f the Ethpe'el in G a l 3:13 (rrtn , π π κ ^ Λ ^ ο η ) . H o w e v e r , r e m e m b e r that in Palestinian Jewish A r a m a i c can also b e used in contexts of execution.

S. Kapelrud, "King and Fertility," 1 1 3 - 2 2 . That these people were given over to the Lord (as in the ban) has been affirmed b y Timothy R. Ashley, The Book of Numbers, N I C O T (Grand Rapids: E e r d m a n s , 1993), 5 1 8 . Milgrom contends that, while îTlîT implies a ritual at the sanctuary, TftTVh indicates a "nonritualistic dedication to the Lord outside the sanctuary"; see Jacob Milgrom, Numbers, JPS Torah C o m m e n t a r y (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society, 1990), 2 1 3 . R.

What is interesting about the other Aramaic traditions is not simply that they use sib for "crucify" (and its nominal cognates for "crucifixion"), but that, in the semantic field of terms for crucifixion, sib is distinctive in several Middle Aramaic dialects for having the exclusive meaning of "crucifixion" while other crucifixion terms have broader semantic ranges. For example, in Syriac both \ and nV^ can designate "to crucify," with their corresponding nominal forms (rt<\. V^) designating the cross itself.

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