Huub van de Sandt
Huub van de Sandt of Tilburg University in the Netherlands is a professor of New Testament Studies. Two important foci of his research are the Didache and its place in early Christianity, especially in relation to the Gospel of Matthew, and the use of the Septuagint by the author of Luke-Acts. Professor van de Sandt has written numerous articles that have appeared in various collections of essays and scholarly journals. Among his most important books is The Didache: Its Jewish Sources and its Place in Early Judaism and Christianity (CRINT III.5; Minneapolis: Fortress, 2002), which he co-authored with David Flusser.
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