The Resource A Christian theology of Judaism, by Clemens Thoma ; with a foreword by David Flusser ; translated and edited by Helga Croner

A Christian theology of Judaism, by Clemens Thoma ; with a foreword by David Flusser ; translated and edited by Helga Croner

Label
A Christian theology of Judaism
Title
A Christian theology of Judaism
Statement of responsibility
by Clemens Thoma ; with a foreword by David Flusser ; translated and edited by Helga Croner
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1932-2011
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Thoma, Clemens
Index
no index present
LC call number
BT93
LC item number
.T4513
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Croner, Helga B
Series statement
  • Studies in Judaism and Christianity.
  • A Stimulus book
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Judaism (Christian theology)
  • Judaïsme (Théologie chrétienne)
  • Judaism (Christian theology)
Label
A Christian theology of Judaism, by Clemens Thoma ; with a foreword by David Flusser ; translated and edited by Helga Croner
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"A Stimulus book."
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 196-211
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: Introduction -- 1. The theological dimension of jewish-Christian relations -- I. Impulses to a Christian theology of Judaism -- II. The essentials of a Christian theology of Judaism -- 1. Basic position -- 2. Definitions -- 3. Links to history -- III. The place of the Hebrew Scriptures in a Christian theology of Judaism -- IV. Conceptual incompabilities -- Part II: Jesus Christ and His message in the context of early and Rabbinic Judaism -- 2. Early Judaism -- I. Concepts and ideologies -- II. The early Jewish image -- III. Early Jewish groups -- 1. Historical relationships and ideas in general -- 2. The period of Maccabeans and Hasmoneans -- a basis for new development -- 3. Group divisions and group intensions -- 4. Groups and ideas -- their particular influence and later development in Judaism and Christianity -- a. Apocalyptic, apocalypticists, apocalypses -- b. Messianic hopes -- c. Sapiental and law-inspired life styles -- 5. The people of Qumran -- IV. Pseudepigraphical literature -- 1. Sources for research into history -- 2. The importance of Pseudepigraphical statements -- 3. Chief concerns of Pseudepigraphical literature at the time of Jesus -- 4. Ways into Christianity -- V. Josephus Flavius and Philo of Alexandria -- 3. Rabbinic Judaism -- 1. Rabbinic literature, acceptable and unacceptable evaluations -- 1. Talmuds, Midrashim, Targumin, prayers and "underground" literature -- 2. Christian anti-Judaism and Jewish anti-Christianism -- 3. An attempt at evaluation -- II. Religious life and practices according to rabbinic ideals -- 1. Spirituality -- a. Akedah -- b. Kiddush Ha-Shem and Hillul Ha-Shem -- 2. The law -- 3. Divine worship -- 4. Jesus Christ -- I. Modern Jewish and Christian interpreters of the risen Christ -- II. Jesus and His Jewish home -- 1. Public activities -- 2. The passion of Jesus -- III. The Christ of faith -- 1. The man Jesus can be regarded as belonging to Judaism and Christianity -- 2. A weakening of monotheism? -- 3. The incarnation of God: a reversal of Jewish faith? -- 4. The scandal of the cross -- 5. The Messianic question -- Part III: Jews and Christians since the time of Christ -- 5. Early relations between Judaism and Christianity -- I. Jewish antagonism -- 1. Jewish-Christian separation -- a. Fear of possible exclusion -- b. Growing Pharisaic influence in Jewish Christianity -- c. Competition within the people of God -- 2. The Rabbinic blessing against heretics -- a. Research problems -- b. Rabbinic traditions on the blessing against heretics -- 3. Patristic positions on Jewish-Christian separation -- II. Christian anti-Judaism -- 1. Problems, criticism, and postulates of Holocaust theology -- 2. Remarks on content and extent of anti-Semitism, anti-Judaism, hatred of Jews, animosity toward Jews -- 3. Remarks on possible anti-Judaism in the New Testament -- 4. Remarks on Christian anti-Judaism -- 6. Jews and Christians in our time -- I. Jewish statements of identity 1. Israel -- 2. Judaism as social structure -- 3. Judaism as religious reality -- 4. Judaism as committed historical reality -- 5. Summary of statements on Jewish identity -- II. Jewish experience of faith -- 1. Tenets to preserve peace among Jews -- 2. Tenets expressing awe of the transcendent -- 3. Affinities between medieval Jewish doctrines and Christian dogmas -- III. Perspectives -- 1. Christianity and Judaism as open institution -- 2. Dialectical and dialogical cooperation between Christians and Jews
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xx, 211 pages
Isbn
9780809123100
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
80082252
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)06918632
  • (OCoLC)ocm06918632
Label
A Christian theology of Judaism, by Clemens Thoma ; with a foreword by David Flusser ; translated and edited by Helga Croner
Publication
Note
"A Stimulus book."
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 196-211
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I: Introduction -- 1. The theological dimension of jewish-Christian relations -- I. Impulses to a Christian theology of Judaism -- II. The essentials of a Christian theology of Judaism -- 1. Basic position -- 2. Definitions -- 3. Links to history -- III. The place of the Hebrew Scriptures in a Christian theology of Judaism -- IV. Conceptual incompabilities -- Part II: Jesus Christ and His message in the context of early and Rabbinic Judaism -- 2. Early Judaism -- I. Concepts and ideologies -- II. The early Jewish image -- III. Early Jewish groups -- 1. Historical relationships and ideas in general -- 2. The period of Maccabeans and Hasmoneans -- a basis for new development -- 3. Group divisions and group intensions -- 4. Groups and ideas -- their particular influence and later development in Judaism and Christianity -- a. Apocalyptic, apocalypticists, apocalypses -- b. Messianic hopes -- c. Sapiental and law-inspired life styles -- 5. The people of Qumran -- IV. Pseudepigraphical literature -- 1. Sources for research into history -- 2. The importance of Pseudepigraphical statements -- 3. Chief concerns of Pseudepigraphical literature at the time of Jesus -- 4. Ways into Christianity -- V. Josephus Flavius and Philo of Alexandria -- 3. Rabbinic Judaism -- 1. Rabbinic literature, acceptable and unacceptable evaluations -- 1. Talmuds, Midrashim, Targumin, prayers and "underground" literature -- 2. Christian anti-Judaism and Jewish anti-Christianism -- 3. An attempt at evaluation -- II. Religious life and practices according to rabbinic ideals -- 1. Spirituality -- a. Akedah -- b. Kiddush Ha-Shem and Hillul Ha-Shem -- 2. The law -- 3. Divine worship -- 4. Jesus Christ -- I. Modern Jewish and Christian interpreters of the risen Christ -- II. Jesus and His Jewish home -- 1. Public activities -- 2. The passion of Jesus -- III. The Christ of faith -- 1. The man Jesus can be regarded as belonging to Judaism and Christianity -- 2. A weakening of monotheism? -- 3. The incarnation of God: a reversal of Jewish faith? -- 4. The scandal of the cross -- 5. The Messianic question -- Part III: Jews and Christians since the time of Christ -- 5. Early relations between Judaism and Christianity -- I. Jewish antagonism -- 1. Jewish-Christian separation -- a. Fear of possible exclusion -- b. Growing Pharisaic influence in Jewish Christianity -- c. Competition within the people of God -- 2. The Rabbinic blessing against heretics -- a. Research problems -- b. Rabbinic traditions on the blessing against heretics -- 3. Patristic positions on Jewish-Christian separation -- II. Christian anti-Judaism -- 1. Problems, criticism, and postulates of Holocaust theology -- 2. Remarks on content and extent of anti-Semitism, anti-Judaism, hatred of Jews, animosity toward Jews -- 3. Remarks on possible anti-Judaism in the New Testament -- 4. Remarks on Christian anti-Judaism -- 6. Jews and Christians in our time -- I. Jewish statements of identity 1. Israel -- 2. Judaism as social structure -- 3. Judaism as religious reality -- 4. Judaism as committed historical reality -- 5. Summary of statements on Jewish identity -- II. Jewish experience of faith -- 1. Tenets to preserve peace among Jews -- 2. Tenets expressing awe of the transcendent -- 3. Affinities between medieval Jewish doctrines and Christian dogmas -- III. Perspectives -- 1. Christianity and Judaism as open institution -- 2. Dialectical and dialogical cooperation between Christians and Jews
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xx, 211 pages
Isbn
9780809123100
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
80082252
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)06918632
  • (OCoLC)ocm06918632

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