Christianity In Jewish Terms (häftad)
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Winner of Choice Magazine Outstanding Reference/Academic Book Award 2001
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Novak, David
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Christianity In Jewish Terms (häftad)

Christianity In Jewish Terms

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Over the past few decades, there has been a dramatic and unprecedented shift in Jewish-Christian relations, including signs of a new, improved Christian attitude towards Jews. Christianity in Jewish Terms is a Jewish theological response to the profound changes that have taken place in Christian thought. The book is divided into ten chapters, each of which features a main essay, written by a Jewish scholar, that explores the meaning of a set of Christian beliefs. Following the essay are responses from a second Jewish scholar and a Christian scholar. Designed to generate new conversations within the American Jewish community and between the Jewish and Christian communities, Christianity in Jewish Terms lays the foundation for better understanding. It was named a Choice Outstanding Academic Book of 2001.
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Tikva Frymer-Kensky is Professor of Hebrew Bible at the Divinity School at the University of Chicago.David Novak holds the J. Richard and Dorothy Shiff Chair of Jewish Studies at the University of Toronto.Peter Ochs is the Edgar Bronfman Professor of Modern Judaic Studies at the University of Virginia.David Sandmel is the Jewish Scholar at the Institute for Christian and Jewish Studies in Baltimore.Michael A. Signer is Abrams Professor of Jewish Thought and Culture in the Department of Theology at University of Notre Dame.


* Preface * Acknowledgments * A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity * Abbreviations * 1. Introduction: What to Seek and What to Avoid in Jewish-Christian Dialogue, David Novak * 2. Christian-Jewish Interactions over the Ages, Robert Chazan * 3. The Shoah and the Legacy of Anti-Semitism * Judaism, Christianity, and Partnership After the Twentieth Century, Irving Greenberg, * Christian Theology After the Shoah, Christopher M. Leighton, * 4. God * The God of Jews and Christians, Peter Ochs, * A Jewish View of the Christian God: Some Cautionary and Hopeful Remarks, David Ellenson, * God as Trinitarian: A Christian Response to Peter Ochs, David Tracy, * 5. Scripture * Searching the Scriptures: Jews, Christians, and the Book, Michael A. Signer, * The Writings and Reception of Philo of Alexandria, Hindy Najman, * Postmodern Hermeneutics and Jewish-Christian Dialogue: A Case Study, George Lindbeck, * 6. Commandment * Mitsvah, David Novak, * Another Jewish View of Ethics, Christian and Jewish, Elliot N. Dorff, * Christian Ethics in Jewish Terms: A Response to David Novak, Stanley Hauerwas, * 7. Israel * Judaism and Christianity: Covenants of Redemption, Irving Greenberg, * Israel, Judaism, and Christianity, David Fox Sandmel, * Israel and the Church: A Christian Response to Irving Greenberg's Covenantal Pluralism, R. Kendall Soulen, * 8. Worship * Jewish and Christian Liturgy, Lawrence A. Hoffman, * Liturgy and Sensory Experience, Ruth Langer, * Christian Worship: An Affair of Things as well as Words, Robert Wilken, * 9. Suffering * On the Suffering of God's Chosen: Christian Views in Jewish Terms, Leora Batnitzky, * Suspicions of Suffering, Robert Gibbs, * The Meaning and Value of Suffering: A Christian Response to Leora Batnitzky, John C. Cavadini, * 10. Embodiment * Judaism and Incarnation: The Imaginal Body of God, Elliot R. Wolfson * The Christian Doctrine of the Incarnation, Randi Rashkover, * Embodiment and Incarnation: A Response to Elliot Wolfson, Susan A. Ross, * 11. Redemption * How Ought a Jew View Christian Beliefs About Redemption? Menachem Kellner, * Redemption: What I Have Learned from Christians, Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer, * A Christian View of Redemption, Clark Williamson, * 12. Sin and Repentance * "Turn Us to You and We Shall Return": Original Sin, Atonement, and Repentance in Jewish Terms, Steven Kepnes, * Exile and Return in a World of Injustice: A Response to Steven Kepnes, Laurie Zoloth, * The Lamb of God and the Sin of the World, Miroslav Volf, * 13. Image of God * The Image: Religious Anthropology in Judaism and Christianity, Tikva Frymer-Kensky, * Tselem: Toward an Anthropopathic Theology of Image, David R. Blumenthal, * The Image of God in Christian Faith: Vocation, Dignity, and Redemption, William Schweiker, * Epilogue: Concluding Visions * What of the Future? A Christian Response, George Lindbeck, * What of the Future? A Jewish Response, Tikva Frymer-Kensky, David Novak, Peter Ochs, David Fox Sandmel, Michael A. Signer, * Notes * Glossary * Selected Bibliography * About the Editors and Contributors * Index