The Origins of Anti-semitism: Attitudes Toward Judaism in Pagan and Christian Antiquity

Etukansi
Oxford University Press, 1983 - 312 sivua
Examines the presence of anti-Semitism among the Greeks, Romans, and early Christians and argues that anti-Semitism was rare in the ancient world
 

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The author intends to argue that the standard reading of much of the New Testament as expressing anti-Semitism is a misreading. Considering Paul especially (although he strives to be exhaustive in his ... Lue koko arvostelu

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Please allow me to offer a summary of this book for you, before you waste your time reading the entire thing as I did: First, everything that is said about Judaism in any ancient text, whether ... Lue koko arvostelu

Sisältö

Introduction
3
AntiSemitism and AntiJudaism The Modern Debate
11
Judaism and Judaizing Among Gentiles Attractions and Reactions
35
Christianity Israel and the Torah
113
The Case of Paul
193

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John G. Gager is at Princeton University.

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