By Christine Schams
According to facts taken from a variety of resource fabric, Christina Scham employs an leading edge excl usive method of the research of Jewish scribes and their position within the Second-Temple interval. '
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The information which is provided in these sources must be interpreted with consideration of the above mentioned factors. It is vital to establish a differentiated view of the historical accuracy of each of the Gospels and Acts. Different levels of accuracy are possible within one writing. An author may be well informed on social and religious matters but less knowledgeable about the political realities of Roman Palestine, or vice versa. Furthermore, an author may have incorporated accurate traditions but added explanations which reflect only a vague grasp of some aspects of Jewish life at the time of Jesus.
52. Hoglund, Achaemenid Imperial Administration, p. 227. 53. Cf. Grabbe, 'Ezra's Mission', p. 291; for a list of these elements, cf. J. G. G. ), The Sage in Israel and the Ancient Near East (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1990), p. 213; also Lebram, Traditionsgeschichte', p. 117. 54. For bibliographical reference on both positions, cf. Grabbe, 'Ezra's Mission', pp. 291-92. 55. According to Grabbe there is only one royal letter which is generally accepted as genuine and it has only been preserved in a Greek translation (Grabbe, 'Ezra's Mission', p.
L. ; Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1992), I, pp. W. Ahlstrom, The History of Ancient Palestine from the Palaeolithic Period to Alexander's Conquest (JSOTSup, 146; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1993), pp. 812-906. 23. L. R. ), Second Temple Studies. I. Persian Period (JSOTSup, 117; Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1991), pp. 104-105, quote from p. 105. 2. Discussion of the Evidence 45 Generally, it appears that under Persian rule Jerusalem and Judaea were part of the large satrapy 'Beyond the River'24 but it is still a matter of discussion how the area was governed during this period.
Jewish Scribes in the Second-Temple Period (JSOT Supplement Series) by Christine Schams