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12-13). James "the righteous," "Brother of the Lord," was, then, distinguishable from the Pharisees only in regarding the Suffering Messiah as the Redeemer and Saviour, and in supposing that the Messiah was already come; whereas the Pharisees still awaited him and looked for him to appear in both material and moral triumph and glory. It is not, then, a matter of great surprise that when Hanan (Annas) the Second, the Bœthusean High Priest (who held office in the interim between the death of the Procurator Festus M 84 88 M m See Bacher, op.
4. See also Laible, p. 7 1 . ^ ω See in detail, Laible, pp. 70-71 ; Graetz, III, I · 303 n. ; Herford (p. -4 " S e e Dalman, Die Worte Jesu, Leipzig, 1898, p. 4 0 . 4 "Laible, 37-71; cf. 4 • T o uncover the head before a superior is a mark of gross disrespect among Jews, as among other orientals. THE HEBREW SOURCES 31 this thy son? She answered, When I entered the bridal chamber I was in my uncleanness and my husband remained apart from me and my groomsman came in unto me and I had this son.
18; Matt. x. 2 ; Luke vi. 14). Buni is supposed by most Christian scholars to be the Nicodemus mentioned in the Gospel of John (iii. 1-10, xix. 39), since we find in a Baraita ( Taanith 20a) dealing with Nakdimon ben Gorion : "His name is not Nakdimon but Buni. —because the sun shone (naq'da) because of him. e. John the brother of James, the son of Zebedee. The last disciple, Todah, is certainly Thaddasus, also called Lebbaeus (Matt. x. 3; Mark iii. 18). 37 But since this Baraita is anonymous, its early date is not decisive.