Jewish Responsibility for the Death of Jesus in Luke-Acts by Jon A. Weatherley

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George, 'Israel', pp. 520-24. 1. A Review of Research on Judaism and the Death of Jesus 43 Jacob Jewell A conscious and thorough attempt to redraw the agenda for critical study of Judaism in Luke-Acts is found in the work of the Scandinavian J. Jervell. He differs emphatically with the scholarly consensus concerning Luke's setting. Jewish Christianity is not a matter of the past for Luke. 2 In fact, much of Acts is aimed at addressing issues of controversy within Jewish Christianity. Jervell finds several lines of evidence which confirm this view.

8. Sanders, Jews in Luke-Acts, pp. 47-50, 85-89. 9. Sanders, Jews in Luke-Acts, pp. 133-39, 144. 10. Sanders, Jews in Luke-Acts, pp. 36, 48-50. 11. Sanders, Jews in Luke-Acts, pp. 97-99. 1. 1 Identified in the speeches as evil and unrepentant, they behave as such in the end of the narrative. 4 Sanders' s work represents the culmination of the pervasive trend in studies on Judaism in Luke-Acts since Overbeck. In large measure his conclusions are reached by rigorously pursuing the lines of inquiry already mapped out.

Tyson, Death, pp. 29-30. 3. Tyson, Death, pp. 30-31,78. 4. Tyson, Death, pp. 32-33. 5. Tyson, Death, pp. 34-35, 37-38. 6. Tyson, Death, pp. 120-21, 145-48. 7. Tyson, Death, pp. 37, 43. 8. Tyson, Death, pp. 118-19, 126-29, 138-39, 164. 9. Tyson, Death, pp. 100-101; cf. 110. 10. Tyson, Death, pp. 39, 42. 11. Tyson, Death, pp. 42-43. 12. Tyson, Death, pp. 43-44. 34 Jewish Responsibility for the Death of Jesus in Luke-Acts Jack T. T. 2 Luke's narrative does not relent in its condemnation of Jews and Judaism.

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