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by Anna Sapir Abulafia

  • ISBN: 0860786749
  • Category: History
  • Author: Anna Sapir Abulafia
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (July 28, 1998)
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Brookfield, Vermont: Variorum, Ashgate Publishing Co. 1998. One of the striking aspects of medieval Christianity is the role of reason in the process of religious conversion, especially during the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth centuries. Earlier, experience, not intellect, led to conversion. Victory in battle attributed to the Christian God convinced a pagan ruler to accept baptism.

West (1000-1150) (Variorum Collected Studies) Hardcover – 28 Jul 1998

West (1000-1150) (Variorum Collected Studies) Hardcover – 28 Jul 1998. Christian theologians in the 11th century were particularly interested to work out the relationship between Christianity and Judaism because they were in the process of clarifying their own doctrines under the influence of classical material which had not been fully utilized since late Antiquity. In this context a response to the continued and vociferous Jewish rejection of Christianity seemed all the more urgent.

The articles brought together here use anti-Jewish disputational literature to shed light on the rise of. .The first title in the Variorum Collected Studies series was published in 1970.

The articles brought together here use anti-Jewish disputational literature to shed light on the rise of anti-Judaism in the West. Christian theologians at this time were particularly interested to work out the relationship between Christianity and Judaism because they were in the process of clarifying their own doctrines under the influence of classical material which had The articles brought together here use anti-Jewish disputational literature to shed light on the rise of anti-Judaism in the West. It is not for nothing that the output of anti-Jewish polemics rose sharply towards the end of the 11th century and simultaneously became more and more sophisticated.

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Peter Abelard’s view on Judaism and the Jews; 12th-century humanism and the Jews; The ideology of reform and changing ideas concerning Jews in the works of Rupert of Deutz and Hermannus quondam Iudeus; Bodies in the Jewish-Christian debate;The 1st Crusade and the Jews: The interrelationship between the Hebrew chronicles on the First Crusade; Invectives against Christianity in.

All of the Abulafia pieces are reprinted in Abulafia (1998), Christians and Jews in Dispute: Disputational Literature and the Rise of Anti-Judaism in the West (c. 1000–1150) (Aldershot: Ashgate Variorum). Jeremy Cohen (1999), Living Letters of the Law: Ideas of the Jew in Medieval Christianity (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press).

Christian anti-Judaism is a Christian theological position in opposition to Jewish belief and practice. Christians and Jews in Dispute : Disputational Literature and the Rise of Anti-Judaism in the West (c. 1000-1150)" (Variorum Collected Studies Series). History of anti-Judaism. Anti-Judaism in the Roman Empire. In Rome and throughout the Roman Empire, religion was an integral part of the civil government. Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate.

Christians and Jews in Dispute Religious Violence between Christians and Jews: medieval roots, modern perspectives, Palgrave MacMillan, 2002.

Christians and Jews in Dispute. Disputational Literature and the Rise of Anti-Judaism in the West (c. 1000-1150), 1998. Religious Violence between Christians and Jews: medieval roots, modern perspectives, Palgrave MacMillan, 2002. Christian-Jewish relations, 1000-1300. Jews in the service of medieval Christendom, Routledge, 2011. Medieval World Series). Archived from the original on 2 October 2015. Retrieved 1 October 2015.

Christians and Jews in Dispute: Disputational Literature and the Rise of Anti-Judaism in the West (c. 1000-1150) (Variorum Collected Studies Series). Langmuir, Gavin (1971). Anti-Judaism as the necessary preparation for anti-Semitism". Viator, 2: p. 383. Modras, Ronald E. The Catholic Church and Antisemitism Poland, 1933-1939.

The articles brought together here use anti-Jewish disputational literature to shed light on the rise of anti-Judaism in the West. Christian theologians at this time were particularly interested to work out the relationship between Christianity and Judaism because they were in the process of clarifying their own doctrines under the influence of classical material which had not been fully utilised since late Antiquity. In this context a response to the continued and vociferous Jewish rejection of Christianity seemed all the more urgent. It is not for nothing that the output of anti-Jewish polemics rose sharply towards the end of the 11th century and simultaneously became more and more sophisticated. Many of the anti-Jewish ideas of later centuries go back to what was formulated in the 11th and 12th centuries.

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