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How Christianity Killed the Pagan Gods

How Christianity Killed the Pagan Gods

MRB September 1, 2017 0

A review of Larry Hurtado’s Why on Earth Did Anyone Become a Christian in the First Three Centuries? and Destroyer of the gods: Early Christian Distinctiveness in the Roman World Historical facts and obscure

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A Response to the Jew and Judean Forum – By Adele Reinhartz

A Response to the Jew and Judean Forum – By Adele Reinhartz

Adele Reinhartz August 26, 2014 0

Adele Reinhartz wraps up the Jew and Judean Forum I am grateful for these thoughtful responses to my essay on the ioudaioi, and for the opportunity to reflect on them briefly here. The responses

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“Judean” and “Jew”, Jesus and Paul – Joan Taylor

“Judean” and “Jew”, Jesus and Paul – Joan Taylor

Joan Taylor August 26, 2014 1

Joan Taylor in the Jew and Judean Forum Bruce Malina — one of the most respected scholars of the social world of the New Testament – recently posted a provocative paper online: “Was Jesus a

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Hiding from the Fourth Gospel’s Tragic Reception History – By Ruth Sheridan

Hiding from the Fourth Gospel’s Tragic Reception History – By Ruth Sheridan

Ruth Sheridan August 26, 2014 1

Ruth Sheridan in the Jew and Judean Forum Reinhartz raises the important question of how we ought to translate the Greek word Ioudaios in the ancient sources, and she situates this within a broader context

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Ancient Jews or Judeans? Different Questions, Different Answers – By Steve Mason

Ancient Jews or Judeans? Different Questions, Different Answers – By Steve Mason

Steve Mason August 26, 2014 2

Steve Mason in the Jew and Judean Forum In 2006, when the first volumes of Brill’s Flavius Josephus: Translation and Commentary had appeared, an anonymous user of the PACE [Project on Ancient Cultural Engagement] website, which

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Violence Preceding the Myth of Jewish Sacrilege

Violence Preceding the Myth of Jewish Sacrilege

Joshua Teplitsky June 10, 2014 0

Joshua Teplitsky on Mitchell Merback’s Pilgrimage and Pogrom: Violence, Memory, and Visual Culture at the Host-Miracle Shrines of Germany and Austria For much of their history, Judaism and Christianity co-existed as rival siblings. Long

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