Jewish Christian relations in the first and second centuries ce. Judaism, Christianity, and Gnosticism in the Hellenistic age. Hermeneutics and Christian Theology in the first and second centuries ce and in the face of the modern challenges of multiculturalism in a shrinking world, and the ecological crisis caused by the human population explosion, the destruction of earths diverse habitats, and the pollution of earth, sea, and atmosphere.
Early Judaism from the third century bce to the third century ce with special attention to Qumran and its Library, the emergence of Rabbinic Judaism, and Hellenistic Judaism with special attention to Philo; Early Christianity to the fifth century, with special attention to the NT, Ignatius, Justin, Irenaeus, Clement of Alexandria, Origen, and Eusebius. Contemporary Christian Thought.
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