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This radical, controversial, and highly readable reconstruction of the life of Caiaphas uses ancient historical and archaeological sources to piece together the background and motives for the high priest's involvement in the execution of Jesus and his actions against the early Christians: the first full-length study of this central character.
This highly engaging and readable book is a study of Joseph Caiaphas, a Jewish high priest of the first century and one of the men who sent Jesus to his death.Caiaphasis a valuable resource for scholars of ancient history and students of the Gospel of Acts.
Helen K. Bond (Ph.D., University of Durham) is Senior Lecturer in New Testament Language, Literature and Theology at the University of Edinburgh, where she has taught since 2000. She is interested in the historical, political and social background to the gospels, particularly the passion narratives, and the life (and execution) of Jesus of Nazareth.
Her publications include Pontius Pilate in History and Interpretation (SNTSMS 100; Cambridge University Press, 1998); Caiaphas: Friend of Rome and Judge of Jesus? (Westminster John Knox, 2004) and The Historical Jesus: A Guide for the Perplexed (T & T Clark, 2010)
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