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by John Friedman,Jean Connell Hoff,Robert Chazan

  • ISBN: 088844303X
  • Category: Religious books
  • Author: John Friedman,Jean Connell Hoff,Robert Chazan
  • Subcategory: Judaism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: PIMS (December 1, 2012)
  • Pages: 200 pages
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This book brings together the Latin and Hebrew evidence regarding the official burning of the Talmud in Paris in 1240. There is a helpful introductory essay of the events of 1240 by Robert Chazan. This makes the book pretty much self contained.

This book brings together the Latin and Hebrew evidence regarding the official burning of the Talmud in Paris in 1240. Prior to the 13th century Christians had little awareness of Rabbinical literature like the Talmud. It was Jewish converts to Christianity like Nicholas Donin who made the accusations that the Talmud was blasphemous. The Latin sources include letters from the Popes and French bishops

In June 1239, Pope Gregory IX prompted an investigation about the Talmud (papal bull Si vera sunt) at the behest of the French convert Nicolas Donin. The charges against the Talmud included the falsehood of its purported Mosaic origin and the fact that it contained blasphemies against the Christian religion, hostile statements against Christians, illogicalities, and obscenities.

Similar events followed until the discussion of 1248 be-tween Pope Innocent IV and his legate in France, Odo of Châteauroux, when the politics of the church about the Talmud started shifting from overt persecution to rigor-ous censorship

John Friedman, Jean Connell Hoff & Robert Chazan. Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2012.

John Friedman, Jean Connell Hoff & Robert Chazan. All of these texts have been published multiple times, in various forms, and several important studies have been written about them.

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Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies. ISBN 978-0-88844-303-8. In 1240 the efforts of Nicholas Donin, an apostate from Judaism, to persuade Christian authorities to condemn the Talmud came to a head.

Talya Fishman: Becoming the people of the Talmud. Oral Torah as written tradition in medieval Jewish cultures (Jewish Culture and Contexts), Philadelphia (P. : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011.

Talya Fishman: Becoming the people of the Talmud. Resianne Fontaine/Gad Freudenthal (e. : Latin-into-Hebrew. Texts and studies 1: Studies (Studies in Jewish History and Culture 39), Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2013, X + 494 p. 3 figures; Alexander Fidora e. a. (e. : Texts in contexts (Studies in Jewish History and Culture 40), Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2013.

John Friedman (Translation), Jean Connell Hoff (Translation). Robert Chazan (Introduction). By the early thirteenth century, European Jewish life was firmly rooted in the directives and doctrines of the Babylonian Talmud. In 1236, however, an apostate named Nicholas Donin appeared at the court of Pope Gregory IX, claiming that the Talmud was harmful and thus intolerable in a Christian society

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John Friedman, Jean Connell Hoff, and Robert Chazan. As a collection of primary sources in translation, the volume is of particular use as a teaching tool. Robert Chazan’s introductory historical essay helps to frame the text for students unfamiliar with the medieval context, while also providing an analysis of the documents presented in the volume.

By the early thirteenth century, European Jewish life was firmly rooted in the directives and doctrines of the Babylonian Talmud. In 1236, however, an apostate named Nicholas Donin appeared at the court of Pope Gregory IX, claiming that the Talmud was harmful and thus intolerable in a Christian society. Pope Gregory sent Donin off throughout Europe in 1239 with a message to secular authorities and leading clergy: Donin's allegations were to be carefully investigated, and - if substantiated - the Talmud was to be destroyed. Only one European ruler acted on the papal injunction, the pious King Louis IX of France, who convened a trial of the Talmud in Paris. This unprecedented event is richly reflected in a variety of sources, both Christian and Jewish, here brought together in English translation for the first time.

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