PORTRAYALS OF THE PHARISEES AND SADDUCEES IN JOSEPHUS AND THE NEW TESTAMENT
AuthorHagedon, G. Michael
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AbstractThe first-century Jewish sects of the Pharisees and Sadducees have been the subject of much scholarly attention, mainly because of their role in the New Testament. The works of Flavius Josephus provide critical information about these two groups, and it is sometimes supposed that the two portrayals should not be reconciled. This paper supports the argument that the two positions are in basic agreement.
Degree ProgramGraduate College