"Erubin"; and compare Schiirer, Gesch.
In 1881 he published a work on monasticism, Das M onchtum, seine Ideale and seine Geschichte (5th ed., 1900; English translation, 1901), and became joint-editor with Emil Schiirer of the Theologische Literaturzeitung.
See Schiirer, Lehrbuch der neutestamentlichen Zeitgeschichte (1874), §§ 28, 29; Corrodi, Kritische Geschichte des Chiliasmus (1781); R.
See Schiirer, Geschichte des jadischen Volkes, ed.
But other scholars, such as Zahn, Schiirer, Porter, state that the secret books with which we have been dealing formed a class by themselves and were called " Genuizim " (a+r
(See Schiirer 3 iii.
162-163; Schiirer, iii.
Schiirer (History of the Jewish People) gives a full bibliography.
(See Schiirer 3, iii.
(See Schiirer s.
As Schiirer (Theol.
(See Schiirer, Gesch.
In Luc. xxxv.), but this is denied by Schiirer, who also questions its Jewish origin.
A similar position has also been taken up by Schiirer, 3 Holtzmann,4 Gebhardt, 5 W y llie,' and van Manen.
Schiirer, Geschichte des jiidischen Volkes (3rd ed., 1902), vol.
On the basis of his results, as they have been scrutinized by scholars like Schiirer and Geffcken, it is possible to disentangle some of the different strata with a certain degree of confidence.
For references to modern literature see Schiirer, Geschichte des jiidischen Volkes, iii.
In Judaea the Essenes before the time of Christ lived a fully organized monastic life (see Schiirer, Jewish People, Ii.
- xvii.; Schiirer, Gesch.
- For a full account of these see Schiirer iii.
Schiirer, Geschichte des jiidischen Volkes (1901, p 106 seq.).
Those by Derenbourg, Ewald, Stanley, Stade, Renan, Schiirer, Kent, Wellhausen, Guthe), see also Madden, Coins of the Jews (1881), H.
A full bibliography will be found in Schiirer or in R.
Ewald,' Schiirer, Reuss and Mangold: Der Romerbrief, pp. 136 f.).
233 sqq.; Schiirer, Gesch.
344 sqq.; Schiirer, 3 Gesch.
According ro Fritzsche, Kdnig, Schiirer, &c., it was composed in Greek and added to the Greek translation.
173 sqq.; Schiirer, 3 Gesch.
(Dillmann, Schiirer and others take the great horn to be John Hyrcanus, but this interpretation does violence to the text.) These chapters recount three visions: the first two deal with the first-world judgment; the third with the entire history of the world till the final judgment.
See also Schiirer in loc. and the Bible Dictionaries.