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A Christian theology of Judaism / by Clemens Thoma ; with a foreword by David Flusser ; translated and edited by Helga Croner.

; Croner, Helga B
New York : Paulist Press, [1980] .
ISBN 9780809123100, 080912310X

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Other Authors Croner, Helga B.
Subjects Judaism (Christian theology)
Judaïsme (Théologie chrétienne)
Series Studies in Judaism and Christianity.
Description xx, 211 pages ; 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1980]
Notes "A Stimulus book."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 196-211).
Contents Part I: Introduction -- 1. The theological dimension of jewish-Christian relations -- I. Impulses to a Christian theology of Judaism -- II. The essentials of a Christian theology of Judaism -- 1. Basic position -- 2. Definitions -- 3. Links to history -- III. The place of the Hebrew Scriptures in a Christian theology of Judaism -- IV. Conceptual incompabilities -- Part II: Jesus Christ and His message in the context of early and Rabbinic Judaism -- 2. Early Judaism -- I. Concepts and ideologies -- II. The early Jewish image -- III. Early Jewish groups -- 1. Historical relationships and ideas in general -- 2. The period of Maccabeans and Hasmoneans -- a basis for new development -- 3. Group divisions and group intensions -- 4. Groups and ideas -- their particular influence and later development in Judaism and Christianity -- a. Apocalyptic, apocalypticists, apocalypses -- born Messianic hopes -- c. Sapiental and law-inspired life styles -- 5. The people of Qumran -- IV. Pseudepigraphical literature -- 1. Sources for research into history -- 2. The importance of Pseudepigraphical statements -- 3. Chief concerns of Pseudepigraphical literature at the time of Jesus -- 4. Ways into Christianity -- V. Josephus Flavius and Philo of Alexandria -- 3. Rabbinic Judaism -- 1. Rabbinic literature, acceptable and unacceptable evaluations -- 1. Talmuds, Midrashim, Targumin, prayers and "underground" literature -- 2. Christian anti-Judaism and Jewish anti-Christianism -- 3. An attempt at evaluation -- II. Religious life and practices according to rabbinic ideals -- 1. Spirituality -- a. Akedah -- born Kiddush Ha-Shem and Hillul Ha-Shem -- 2. The law -- 3. Divine worship -- 4. Jesus Christ -- I. Modern Jewish and Christian interpreters of the risen Christ -- II. Jesus and His Jewish home -- 1. Public activities -- 2. The passion of Jesus -- III. The Christ of faith -- 1. The man Jesus can be regarded as belonging to Judaism and Christianity -- 2. A weakening of monotheism? -- 3. The incarnation of God: a reversal of Jewish faith? -- 4. The scandal of the cross -- 5. The Messianic question -- Part III: Jews and Christians since the time of Christ -- 5. Early relations between Judaism and Christianity -- I. Jewish antagonism -- 1. Jewish-Christian separation -- a. Fear of possible exclusion -- born Growing Pharisaic influence in Jewish Christianity -- c. Competition within the people of God -- 2. The Rabbinic blessing against heretics -- a. Research problems -- born Rabbinic traditions on the blessing against heretics -- 3. Patristic positions on Jewish-Christian separation -- II. Christian anti-Judaism -- 1. Problems, criticism, and postulates of Holocaust theology -- 2. Remarks on content and extent of anti-Semitism, anti-Judaism, hatred of Jews, animosity toward Jews -- 3. Remarks on possible anti-Judaism in the New Testament -- 4. Remarks on Christian anti-Judaism -- 6. Jews and Christians in our time -- I. Jewish statements of identity 1. Israel -- 2. Judaism as social structure -- 3. Judaism as religious reality -- 4. Judaism as committed historical reality -- 5. Summary of statements on Jewish identity -- II. Jewish experience of faith -- 1. Tenets to preserve peace among Jews -- 2. Tenets expressing awe of the transcendent -- 3. Affinities between medieval Jewish doctrines and Christian dogmas -- III. Perspectives -- 1. Christianity and Judaism as open institution -- 2. Dialectical and dialogical cooperation between Christians and Jews.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6918632
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WorldCat Identities Thoma, Clemens, 1932-2011.
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