Adam Grześkowiak, „U stóp Gamaliela…” (Dz 22,3). Zastosowanie metod egzegezy żydowskiej w Pierwszym Liście do Koryntian (Biblica et Judaica; Pelplin: Bernardinum 2017)


Abstract

Book review: 

Adam Grześkowiak, „U stóp Gamaliela…” (Dz 22,3). Zastosowaniemetod egzegezy żydowskiej w Pierwszym Liście do Koryntian (Biblica et Judaica; Pelplin: Bernardinum 2017). Ss. 592. 49,90 PLN. ISBN 978-83-7823-943-7.


Keywords

1 Cor; Paul; Judaism; rabbinic exegesis


Published : 2018-11-07


Rosik, M. (2018). Adam Grześkowiak, „U stóp Gamaliela…” (Dz 22,3). Zastosowanie metod egzegezy żydowskiej w Pierwszym Liście do Koryntian (Biblica et Judaica; Pelplin: Bernardinum 2017). Verbum Vitae, 34, 499-503. https://doi.org/10.31743/vv.2018.34.20

Mariusz Rosik  mrosik@pnet.pl
Pontifical Faculty of Theology in Wrocław  Poland
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1943-8649

Prof. Mariusz Rosik - an academic teacher in the Pontifical Faculty of Theology and in the University of Wrocław (Breslau), Poland. He keeps courses of Exegesis of the New Testament, Biblical Environment, Jewish History and New Testament Greek. Prof. Rosik has studied in several academic centers:  Pontifical Faculty of Theology in Wrocław (M.A. in 1993; licentiate in biblical theology, 1996; doctoral degree in biblical theology, 1997), Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome (licentiate in Sacred Scripture, 2001), Hebrew University of Jerusalem (one semester in 1998-1999), École Biblique et Archéologique Francaise de Jerusalem (one semester in 1998-1999). During his studies in Israel he paid attention to achieve perfect knowledge of biblical Hebrew and archeology of the Holy Land. Prof. Mariusz Rosik has published more than thirty books and many articles in the field of biblical and Jewish studies. His texts were published in eleven languages. He participates in biblical meetings, conferences and seminars. He is also a member of Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas (Cambridge), Polish Biblical Society (Warszawa) and Associazzione degli Ex-alunni del Pontificio Istituto Biblico (Rome).






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