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Rabbinical literature Relation to the New Testament Christianity and other religions Judaism Relations Christianity Church history Primitive and early church, ca 30-600.

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3 An exception is Aus, R. ‘The Death of One for AH in John 11:45–54 in Light of Judaic Traditions’, Barabbas and Esther and Other Studies in the Judaic Illumination of Earliest Christianity (South Florida Studies in the History of Judaism 54; Atlanta, GA: Scholars, 1992) 29–63, who mentions it in passing (43–4); see below, 2.5 Cf. Beutler, . ‘Zur Struktur von Johannes 6’, SNTU 16 (1991) 89–104. 6 See for a positive evaluation of the proposal of Caiaphas Wolbert, . ‘Besser, daβ ein Mensch für das Volk stirbt, als daβ das ganze Volk zugrunde geht. (Joh 1. 0) Überlegungen zur Devise des Kajaphas’, ThGl 80 (1990) 478–94.

59 See Nock,, Mysterion, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, LX.

59 See Nock,, Mysterion, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, LX (1951), 201–204. On the contrast in general, see Harnack,, Bible Reading in the Early Church (London, 1912), pp. 28 f. and 146 f. 62 For the history of views regarding the disciplina arcani down to the present century, see Gravel, Heinrich, Die Arcandisciplin, I Theil: Geschichte und Stand der Frage, Diss. Münster (Lingen a/Ems, 1902).

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Barabbas and Esther and Other Studies in the Judaic Illumination of Earliest Christianity