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The conflict of the church and the synagogue; a study in the origins of antisemitism

Author: James Parkes
Publisher: New York, Atheneum, 1969.
Series: A Temple book, T9
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Parkes
ISBN: 0689701519 9780689701511
OCLC Number: 237412
Description: xviii, 430 pages 21 cm.
Contents: 1. The Jews in the Roman world --
Origin and dispersion --
first contacts with Rome, and privileges in the empire --
occupations --
Greek and Alexandrian opinion of the Jews --
the Jews in the Greek cities --
Roman opinion of the Jews --
Jewish missionary activity --
2. The clash with Christianity --
Judaism and the law --
the teaching of Jesus in Mark --
the accounts in Luke and Matthew --
the crucifixion --
the infant church and the admission of the gentiles --
the activity of Saint Paul and his teaching about the Jews --
the Jews in the rest of the New Testament --
Jewish relationships with the early church --
Jewish attitude to Saint Paul --
the issues still confused --
3. The parting of the ways --
The separation, Jews and Christians in Palestine --
the separation --
letters to the synagogues-the separation --
Jews and Christians in the diaspora- separation --
the Roman, Ramsey's view- the separation --
the Roman's, Merril's view --
the date of the separation --
the Judeo-Christians after the separation --
the creation of an official attitude to Judaism --
the creation of an official attitude to Christianity --
influences of Christianity on Judaism --
relations between scholars -Jews and Christians --
4. The aprt played by Jews in the persecutions --
view of modern scholars and their authority in Palestine literature --
nature of available evidence --
Jews in the Acta of the first century --
stories showing Jewish initiative from Hadrian to Constantine --
cases of Jewish hostility in the crowd --
persecutions under Julian --
persecutions under Shapur II --
the mythical acts --
cases of Jewish kindness to the Martyrs --
absence of any records of Jewish responsibility for the persecutions --
summary of evidence --
5. The Fourth century --
the problem facing the leaders of Judaism and Christianity --
the Christian view of the Jews --
Eusebius of Caesarea and Hilary of Poitiers and Jewish history --
Chrysostom and the Jews of Antioch --
Ambrose and the burning of a synagogue --
Epiphhanius and Jewish beliefs -converts --
Catechumens and church services --
the councils of the fourth century --
legislation affecting the Jews up to the death of Theodosius the great --
the treatment of heretics --
events in fourth century history --
Jews ad Christians --
6. The Theodosian code in the west --
The progress of legislation --
Honorius and Valentinian III --
Theodoric the Ostrogoth --
the Lombards --
Gregory the great --
Honorius, Gregory III, Stephen and Hadrian 7. Law and history in the Byzantine empire --
The reign of Arcadius --
Theodosius II and Theodosian code --
the treatment of heretics in the fifth century --
the Jews of Antioch --
the legislation of Justinian --
the treatment of heretics by Justinian --
the council of Chalcedon --
the Jews and the Persian wars --
the destruction of synagogues and forced baptisms --
the legislation of Leo and later councils --
8. The Jews in Byzantine literature --
the nature of Byzantine literature --
physical, occupational and mental characteristics of eastern Jews --
early eastern Christian writings against the Jews, Ephram, Aphraates and Jacob of Serug --
eastern disputations, Anastasius of Sinai --
eastern disputations, Gregentius and Herbanus, the teaching of Jacob, the trophies of Damascus --
the conversion of the Jews of Tomei --
the history of Theodosius and Philip --
the Jews in the iconoclastic controversy --
the miraculous conversions of the Jews --
Jews in apocryphal writings --
Jews in the theologians --
'Jew' as a term of abuse in the Nestorian-Chalcedonian Monophysite controversy --
The ritual of the conversion of the Jews --
Relation between Jews and Christians --
9. Cives Romani, religion Judaei --
The barbarian invasions --
The position of the Jews in Roman Gaul --
The Syrians in western Europe --
The simplification of Roman law --
The Arian period --
The Jews and the Frankish councils --
The Jews and the Frankish kings --
Compulsory baptisms in France --
The Jews in literature --
The Laws of Charlemagne --
Economic position of Jews --
Relations between Jews and Christians --
10. The Jews in Visigothic Spain --
The Visigothic period --
Conditions of the Jews in Spain --
The Breviary of Alaric --
Laws and councils of the first half of the seventh century --
Laws and councils of Recesswinth --
Laws and councils of Erwig --
Laws and councils of Egica --
Reasons for the persecution of the Jews in Spain --
11. The foundations of Anti-Semitism.
Series Title: A Temple book, T9
Responsibility: [by] James Parkes.

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