A Dictionary of Jewish-Christian Relations (Google eBook)

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Edward Kessler, Neil Wenborn
Cambridge University Press, Dec 8, 2005 - Religion
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An A to Z companion to 2,000 years of encounter between Judaism and Christianity, A Dictionary of Jewish-Christian Relations is a pioneering work which explores and defines the many factors which characterise the historic and ongoing relationship between the two traditions. From Aaron to Zionism, the editors have brought together over 700 entries - including events, institutions, movements, people, places and publications - contributed by more than 100 internationally renowned scholars. The Dictionary offers a focus for the study and understanding of Jewish-Christian relations internationally, both within and between Judaism and Christianity. It provides a comprehensive single reference to a subject which touches on numerous areas of study.
  

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Contents

VIII
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IX
45
X
70
XI
119
XII
134
XIII
154
XIV
164
XV
174
XXII
322
XXIII
328
XXIV
364
XXV
366
XXVI
389
XXVII
416
XXVIII
432
XXIX
439

XVI
201
XVII
222
XVIII
251
XIX
255
XX
282
XXI
312
XXX
443
XXXI
449
XXXII
450
XXXIII
454
XXXIV
501
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About the author (2005)

Edward Kessler is Director of the Cambridge-based Woolf Institute of Abrahamic Faiths. He is author of several works on Jewish-Christian relations including Bound by the Bible: Jews, Christians and the Sacrifice of Isaac (2004) and What Do Jews Believe? (2006).

Neil Wenborn is a full-time writer and publishing consultant. He is the author of several biographies and is co-editor of the highly respected History Today Companion to British History.

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