‘The grotesquely allegorizing Epistle of Barnabas reflects the second-century Egyptian context of an acutely anti-Jewish "replacement theology".’ Discuss.

Commentary: Prostmeier. Cf. editions: Ehrman (Loeb), Lona & Prostmeier (Fontes Christiani), Kraft & Prigent (Sources Chrétiennes).

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