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By Stanley E. Porter, Brook W.R. Pearson

Christian-Jewish relatives have had altering fortunes in the course of the centuries. sometimes there was peace or even mutual figuring out, yet frequently those relatives were ones of hysteria, frequently concerning recrimination or even violence. This quantity addresses a few of the significant questions which were on the center and the outer edge of those tenuous relatives over the years. the quantity starts off with a few papers discussing relatives as Christianity emerged from and outlined itself when it comes to Judaism. different papers hint the family members throughout the intervening years. And a couple of papers confront concerns which have been on the middle of the afflicted 20th century. In all, those papers handle a delicate but very important set of matters from quite a few methods and views, turning into of their personal approach part of the continuing dialogue.>

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W. van der Horst, 'Jews and Christians in Antioch at the End of the Fourth Century', pp. 228-38 in this volume. 28. Cited in J. ', JSNT 56 (1994), pp. 101-119 (104). On Justin's dialogue, cf. idem, Image and Reality, pp. N. N. G. ), Tolerance and Intolerance in Early Judaism and Christianity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), pp. 263-78. 29. Cited in Lieu, ' "Parting of the Ways"', p. 103, who provides many insightful references to the history of discussion. On Melito, see idem, Image and Reality, pp.

After Christianity swept the Roman Empire, the polemic between Christians and Jews took on a new complexion, becoming increasingly bitter and ugly. Christian polemic was open and explicit, while for obvious reasons Jewish polemic tended to be allusive, often buried in obscure talmudic and midrashic passages inaccessible to Christians. With the eventual extinction of Ebionite Christianity, the rift between Judaism and Christianity was complete. 25. Following the defeat of Simon in 135 CE, it would be three centuries before the reappearance of messianic fervor.

A variety of other pseudo-messiahs appeared in the Islamic period (especially in the eighth century), during the later crusades (especially in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries), and even as late as the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (cf. JewEnc, X, pp. 252-55). ANCIENT UNDERSTANDINGS OF THE CHRISTIAN-JEWISH SPLIT Stanley E. R. Pearson 1. The State of Affairs between Christians and Jews in the Fourth Century At the beginning of the fourth century—the tail-end of the pre-Constantinian period—the relative position of Christians and Jews within the Roman empire was broadly comparable.

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