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The Jewish-Christian Argument
Hans Joachim Schoeps
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|Number of Pages||208|
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This book analyzes the differences and similarities of Judaism and Christianity. Hans Joachim Schoeps, opens "The Jewish-Christian Argument" with a description of the basic characteristics of late Judaism and early Christianity, examining the presuppositions which underlie the essential conflict between Jewish and the Christian understanding of messianic, the relation of Torah Author: Hans Joachim Schoeps.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schoeps, Hans Joachim, Jewish-Christian argument. London: Faber and Faber, (OCoLC) T he Bible is the world’s most influential book. But books, like people, can be influential because of what they say, or because of what they are thought to have said.
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These dialogues come alive for the first time in centuries thanks to Bar-Asher Siegal's careful : Michal Bar-Asher Siegal. Many studies written about the Jewish-Christian relationship are primarily The Jewish-Christian Argument book overviews that focus on the Jewish background of Christianity, the separation of Christianity from Judaism, or the medieval disputations between the two faiths.
This book is one of the first studies to examine the relationship from a philosophical and theological viewpoint. The split between Judaism and Christianity did not come about simply or quickly.
It was a complex process which took some one hundred years, starting from the crucifixion [of Jesus], and which had different causes and effects depending on whether it is looked at from the point of view of Judaism or r, the question of legal status as seen through.
Book Description. The articles brought together here use anti-Jewish disputational literature to shed light on the rise of anti-Judaism in the West.
An attempt by Gilbert Crispin, abbot of Westminster, at rational argument in the Jewish-Christian debate; The 12th-Century Renaissance: Jewish-Christian disputations and the 12th-century. Get this from a library. The Jewish-Christian argument: a history of theologies in conflict.
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The earliest true polemic is the Sefer Nestor Ha-Komer "The Book of Nestor the Priest" (c. CE). The book represents itself as the arguments for Judaism of a former Christian (possibly Nestorian) priest.
The need for apologetics emerged as national boundaries were in flux. The Jewish-Christian argument: A history of theologies in conflict by Schoeps, Hans Joachim. Faber and Faber, Hardcover.
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The spine remains undamaged. The Jewish-Christian Argument, by Hans Joachim Schoeps (Faber 30s). Professor Schoeps traces in this book the history of the polemics between Jews and Christians centring around the different theological approaches of Judaism and Christianity.
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