Oct 1 eBook
By: BAS Admin
In this publication from BAS, top Biblical scholars examine the controversial role of Jewish law and tradition in early Christianity. Paul, the apostle who wrote much of the New Testament, discussed the role of Judaism among Jesus’ followers in a number of his letters. Although Paul preached justification on the basis of faith in Christ, he was himself a Pharisee and addressed the role of Jewish traditions and the status of Israel in the new covenant.
Oct 11 Blog
By: Dorothy Willette
With the holiday season (and all of the associated feasting) upon us, we took a cue from the candy, cookies and turkeys and stuffed the November/December 2012 issue of BAR full of great articles and fascinating columns. Learn about texts: from references to Yahweh at Kuntillet ‘Ajrud to a single scribal hand at Masada and Qumran. Get to the heart of the Hebrew Bible and New Testament with discussions on David's Tomb and the birth of Christian identity.