Essential Papers on Judaism and Christianity in Conflict: From Late Antiquity to the Reformation.
by Cohen, Jeremy, edited by.
New York University Press
Octavo, paper covers, xvi, 578 pp., index
Articles are "The Dead Sea Sect and Pre-Pauline Christianity," David Flusser, "Breaking Away: Three New Testament Pictures of Christianity's Separation from the Jewish Communities," Wayne A. Weeks, "History or Theology? The Basic Problems of the Evidence of the Trial of Jesus," S.G.F. Brandon, "Christian Anti-Semitism," Marcel Simon, "The Adversus Judaeos Tradition in the Church Fathers: The Exegesis of Christian Anti-Judaism," Rosemary Radford Reuther, "The Roman Church and the Jews," B. Blumenkranz, "The Papal Bull Sicut Judeis," Solomon Grayzel, "The Crusading Movemnt in Its Bearing on the Christian Attitude towards Jewry," H. Liebeschütz, "The Jews in Christian Europe," Lester K. Little, "The Medeival Conception of the Jew: A New Interpretation," Cecil Roth, "Scholarship and Intolerance in the Medieval Academy: The Study and Evaluation of Judaism in European Christendom," Jeremy Cohen, "Against the Jews," Mark U. Edwards, Jr., "John Calvin and the Jews," Salo W. Baron, "The Burning of the Talmud in 1553, in Light of Sixteenth-Century Catholic Attitudes toward the Talmud," Kenneth R. Stow, "At the Crossroads: Tannaitic Perspectives on the Jewish-Christian Schism," Lawrence H. Schiffman, "Social and Religious Segregation," Jacob Katz, "From Politics to Martyrdom: Shifting Paradigms in the Hebrew Narratives of the 1096 Crusade Riots," Ivan G. Marcus, "The Jewish-Christian Debate in the High Middle Ages," David Berger, "Champion of Jewish Economic Interests," David B. Ruderman.
Language: English Language
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