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  • Paolo: fariseo, cristiano e dissonante.
    Taylor, Nicholas H. (1996)
    Religioni e società 11/24: 22-39.

    Interprets the career of Paul of Tarsus in terms of cognitive dissonance.

    Associated Search Terms: Early Christian; Jewish, Pharisaic; Cognitive dissonance
  • Gender Roles in a Scribal Community.
    Wire, Antoinette Clark (1991)
    In David L. Balch (ed.) Social History of the Matthean Community. Cross-Disciplinary Approaches. Minneapolis: Fortress, pp. 87-121.

    Compares Chinese literati, Qumran community members, Pharisees, & Matthean Christians.

    Associated Search Terms: Comparative; Gender role; Jewish, Pharisaic; Early Christian; Jewish, Qumran
  • Understanding the man Jesus. A Historical-sociological Approach.
    Zeitlin, Irving M. (1990)
    Ultimate Reality and Meaning 13:3: 164-176.

    Jesus is seen in the context of the Judaism contemporary with him, especially his relationship to the Pharisee sect.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Pharisaic; Early Christian
  • The Pharisees: The Sociological Background of Their Faith (2 Volumes).
    Finkelstein, Louis (1938)
    Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Pharisaic
  • Das antike Judentum. Die Pharisäer./Ancient Judaism, translated by Hans H. Gerth and Don Martindale.
    Weber, Max (1921)
    Max Weber, Gesammelte Aufsätz zur Religionssoziologie, Bd. 3. Tübingen: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck)./New York: Free Press, 1952.

    Associated Search Terms: Jewish, Pharisaic; Hebrew
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