368 role. Most chapters are devoted to the developments and changes in rab- binic self-representation indicative of the evidence of differences between early and later Amoraic sources. The author carefully discusses relation- ships between prominent rabbis in Amoraic generations, but with regard to his texts he remains very prudent about editorial activity. In choosing this attitude the author clearly opposes the problematic aspects of Neusner's theory on the Talmud's editors, who in his opinion perhaps invented the distinctions between early and later, Palestinian and Babylo- nian, and anonymous and attributed statements throughout the work. I agree with the author's picture of the Talmudic sources showing that the boundaries separating the generations and the distinctions between masters and disciples are found to be far less rigid than modern scholarly accounts lead us to believe. Wout Jac. VAN BEKKUM REVIEW OF BOOKS S.R. LLEWELYN with the collaboration of R.A. KEARSLEY, New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity (Volume 7). A Review of the Greek Inscriptions and Papyri Published in 1982-83, The Ancient History Documen- tary Research Centre, Macquarie University 1994, v and 287 pp., paper $A 30,__ (individuals) and 35,__ (institutions), cloth $A 45,__ and 55,__ ISBN 1 86408 154 6 and
Journal for the Study of Judaism – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1995
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