Table of contents for Reconsidering Jewish Christianity : ancient groups and texts on the borderline between Judaism and Christianity / Matt Jackson-McCabe, editor.

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Contents
Contributors
ii
Acknowledgments
iii
Introduction
 Matt Jackson-McCabe
1
1. What's in a Name? The Problem of "Jewish 
Christianity"
 Matt Jackson-McCabe
10
Part I: Groups
2. The Jerusalem Church
 Craig C. Hill
60
3. Paul and Christ-believing Jews Whom He Opposes
 Jerry L. Sumney
86
4. Ebionites and Nazarenes
 Petri Luomanen
121
Part II: Texts
5. The Q Document
 William Arnal
175
6. Matthew's Gospel: Jewish Christianity, Christian 
Judaism, or Neither?
 Warren Carter
222
7. The Johannnine Community as Jewish Christians? 
Some Problems in Current Scholarly Consensus
 Raimo Hakola
257
8. The Religious Context of the Letter of James
 Patrick J. Hartin
287
9. John's Jewish (Christian?) Apocalypse
 John W. Marshall 
329
10. The Holy Vine of David Made Known to the Gentiles 
through God's Servant Jesus: "Christian Judaism" in 
the Didache
 Jonathan A. Draper
366
11. The Pseudo-Clementines
 F. Stanley Jones
401
Bibliography
431

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Jewish Christians -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600.
Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity.
Christianity and other religions -- Judaism.
Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600.
Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Christian literature, Early.