The Apostle Paul in the Jewish Imagination: A Study in Modern Jewish-Christian Relationsby Daniel R. Langton
Langton explores a wide variety of Jewish attitudes towards the Apostle Paul in the context of modern Jewish thought.See more details below
Langton explores a wide variety of Jewish attitudes towards the Apostle Paul in the context of modern Jewish thought.
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Table of Contents
Introduction; Part I. The Apostle Paul and Popular Jewish Cultural Identity: 1. Paul in the popular Jewish imagination; Part II. The Apostle Paul and Jewish Identity: Religious Studies and Theological Approaches: 2. Constructions of Paul and interfaith relations: building barriers or bridges between Judaism and Christianity; 3. Constructions of Paul in intra-Jewish debate: establishing Jewish authenticity; 4. Constructions of Paul as a dialogical partner: transformative approaches to Jewish self-understanding; Part III. The Apostle Paul and Jewish Interest in the Judeo-Christian Tradition: Artistic and Literary Approaches: 5. An oratorio by Felix Mendelssohn, a painting by Ludwig Meidner, and a play by Franz Werfel; 6. The novels of Shalom Asch and Samuel Sandmel; Part IV. The Apostle Paul and Jewish Critiques of the Place of Religion in Society: Philosophical and Psychoanalytical Approaches: 7. The philosophical writings of Baruch Spinoza, Lev Shestov, and Jacob Taubes; 8. The psychoanalytical writings of Sigmund Freud and Hanns Sachs; Conclusion; Appendix: the story of Abbu Gulish.
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