The Gospels in First Century Judaea
Thursday, August 29, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM (EDT)
This inaugural conference of Nyack College’s new graduate program in Ancient Judaism and Christian Origins will bring together Christian and Jewish scholars from a variety of scholarly disciplines—historians, archaeologists and literary scholars—to discuss the physical, literary, and cultural/religious setting of Jesus and nascent Christianity.
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Graduate Programs in Ancient Judaism & Christian Origins
The M.A. is a 36-credit (48 with 12 credits of Modern Hebrew) multidisciplinary curriculum that introduces the student to the fields of knowledge necessary for advanced research in New Testament and Christian Origins. The program is unique in that it engages aspects of language, history, religious thought and material culture for both Judaism and Christianity in late antiquity. Students will study with both Christian and Jewish Scholars in their areas of expertise.