The Online Collection of the Compendia Rerum Iudaicarum ad Novum Testamentum, designed in the 1960s as a structured set of handbooks on ‘matters Jewish’ illuminating the origins of Christianity, and formerly published by Van Gorcum, presents monographs and collections of essays originally published in three sections:
• Section 1 - The Jewish people in the First Century: historical geography, political history, social, cultural and religious life and institutions
• Section 2 - The Literature of the Jewish People in the Period of the Second Temple and the Talmud
• Section 3 - Jewish Traditions in Early Christian Literature. From 2009 on, the series is continued by way of monographs, and CRINT 12, 13 and 14 have appeared.
Board of Editors: Friedrich Avemarie † (University of Marburg), Shaye J.D. Cohen (Harvard University), David Goodblatt (University of California at San Diego), Christine Hayes (Yale University), Richard Kalmin (Jewish Theological Seminary of America), Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr (University of Jena), Pieter van der Horst (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences), Huub van de Sandt (Tilburg University), James VanderKam (University of Notre Dame).
General Editors: Joshua J. Schwartz (Bar-Ilan University), Peter J. Tomson (KU Leuven).
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Board of Editors
Friedrich Avemarie † (University of Marburg)
Shaye Cohen (Harvard University)
David Goodblat (University of California at San Diego)
Christine Hayes (Yale University)
Richard Kalmin (Jewish Theological Seminary of America)
Karl-Wilhelm Niebuhr (University of Jena)
Pieter van der Horst (Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences)
Huub van de Sandt (University of Tilburg)
James VanderKam (University of Notre Dame)
Joshua Schwartz (Bar-Ilan University)
Peter J. Tomson (Catholic University of Leuven)