Lawyers, Jewish (New Testament)

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The lawyers of the Jews in the New Testament are those Old Testament scriptural experts who probe more carefully to draw forth more explicitly the implied meanings of consequential application to the details of Jewish life hidden within the text, and are the original authoritative sources cited later in the disputations of the Talmud.

See also

Scribes (Bible)

Pharisees

Sadducees

Sanhedrin

External links

TANNAIM AND AMORAIM: By: Wilhelm Bacher, Jacob Zallel Lauterbach, Joseph Jacobs, Louis Ginzberg (jewishencyclopedia.com)