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Agony in the Pulpit

Jesus and After

Jesus and After uses extracts from Biblical and other writings to outline the birth and early development of the Jesus sect of Judaism - its early simplicity, its later growth, and its separation from its Jewish parent.




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9781936166671 | Published: 2017
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9781936166275 | Published: 2017
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Jewish Suffering
Jewish authors, such as Rabbi Mordechai ben Joseph of Avignon, asserted that Christian claims of divine favor were erroneous, and God's promise of redemption for Jews was still valid. These methods to resist Christian assertions of superiority and affirm the grandeur of Jewish experience were essential to Jewish life in the Middle Ages.


Paperback    £12.00
9781580440028 | Published: 1998
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Pesher Nahum
Contains 25 articles (20 in English, 5 in Hebrew) that span a broad array of topics within the fields of Hebraica, Judaica, and Biblica. Also included is a comprehensive bibliography of the honoree's works as well as discrete indexes of manuscripts, biblical references, classical and medieval works, and general items.


Paperback    £39.00
9781885923875 | Published: 2012
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Tradition, Interpretation, and Change
Draws on a wide range of primary sources, incl. classical rabbinic and geonic works, liturgical documents, medieval codes, responsa, and siddur commentaries, minhag books, medieval siddur manuscripts, and early printed siddurim. Provides an in-depth account of the history and history of interpretation of many prayers and liturgical practices.


Hardback    £47.00
9780878201709 | Published: 2019
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Trial By Fire
Eibinder states in her lecture that over the thirteenth century, the scattered poetic remains that document persecutions against Jews in royal France often refer to burning books. Young poet Meir ben Baruch of Rothenburg captured the tone of mourning and bereavement following the events of 1242 in a remarkable tribute to Jewish study and students.


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9781580440714 | Published: 2000
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