• April 2nd, 2016

Roman Taxation in Judea 1st Century AD

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In Brief: Roman Taxation in Judea.

– Tax Farming, Jewish resentment towards Roman taxes, tax collectors, Judean Revolt

– References in the Gospel. Luke 19, Matthew 9:6, 22:21, Mark 12:17. Interactions between Jesus and the Romans/Tax collectors. Render Unto Caesar.

– Early Christian attitudes towards taxation. Response to Judean revolt. Please use Brown – Eye of a Needle: Wealth, the Fall of Rome, and the Making of Christianity in the West, 350-550 AD and Roberts – The Origins of Business, Money and Markets.

A Bibliography containing a minimum of SIX secondary academic written sources (i.e. academic books, chapters, or articles) from MacOdrum library (ABSOLUTELY NO INTERNET SOURCES) listed in alphabetical order by author’s last name; and TWO primary sources (e.g. maps, images of artifacts, statues, archaeological sites, or excerpts from ancient texts (in translation). Primary sources are always listed first alphabetically in a bibliography. Do not number or use bullets.

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