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The internal foe : Judaism and anti-Judaism in the shaping of Christian theology

Author: Jeremy F Worthen
Publisher: Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, ©2009.
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The relationship between Christianity and other religions is a vital issue in the world today. This book provides a fresh perspective by exploring how Christian theology has been shaped over two  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Worthen, Jeremy F. (Jeremy Frederick).
Internal foe.
Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, ©2009
(OCoLC)679303853
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jeremy F Worthen
ISBN: 9781443802079 1443802077
OCLC Number: 316430798
Description: xvi, 286 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Cover --
Table of Contents --
Foreword --
Acknowledgments --
Introduction --
Christian-Jewish Dialogue and the Interpretation of Christian History --
Jewish-Christian Exchange and the Shaping of Christian Theology --
Overview of Chapters --
1. Origins: Towards the Classic Framework --
Newness and Resistance in the New Testament --
The Scripture Claim: Fulfilment in Christ --
The Covenant Claim: Renewal in Christ --
The People Claim: Restoration in Christ --
Between Paul the Apostle and Justin the Apologist --
Against “Judaism”: Justin’s Dialogue with Trypho --
The Scripture Judgment: Interpretive Blindness --
The Covenant Judgment: Displacement of Torah --
The People Judgment: Division of History --
The Emergence of the Classic Framework --
2. Before Modernity: Questions and Continuity --
Shift in the People Judgment: Asymmetry in History --
The Loss of Jerusalem --
Augustine of Hippo: The Witness of the Jews --
Into the Middle Ages: Challenges to Christendom --
The Division of History in Medieval Exegesis and Visual Art --
Shift in the People Claim: Restoration beyond Earthly Change --
Gilbert Crispin: A Transitional Text --
The Appeal to Reason in Anselm of Canterbury and Odo of Tournai --
Necessary Reason and Historical Actuality --
Questions from the Covenant Judgment: Comprehending the Law --
Can God’s Law Change? --
Three Themes from the Patristic Legacy --
The Intervention of Maimonides --
Aquinas on the Law, History and Perfection --
Questions from the Covenant Claim: What Kind of Eschatological Horizon? --
Joachim of Fiore and the Revival of Millenarianism --
Christian Hope and Jewish Presence --
3. Modernity: Against Fulfilment --
“Scripture Alone” and the Scripture Claim --
Two Medieval Developments --
Hopes of Conversion from Renaissance to Reformation --
Isaac ben Troki and the Appeal to “Scripture Alone” --
From “Scripture Alone” to Reason Alone --
Spinoza’s First Move: From Inter-Religious Polemic to Sceptical Critique --
Spinoza’s Second Move: From Changing Faith to Abiding Reason --
An English Parallel: Hobbes on Prophecy --
New Terms of Exchange: Limborch and Orobio --
Limborch’s “New Method of Arguing” for Christian Truth --
The Abandonment of Christological Exegesis --
Clarity and Certainty --
The Non-Predictability of the Christian Gospel --
Miracles without Prophecy --
The End Of Prophecy: From Locke to Collins --
The Foundations of Reasonable Christianity --
The Dilemma of “Scripture Alone” in the New Christian Theology --
Christian Hebraism vs. Sceptical Deism --
After Prophecy: Newness as Historical Development --
The Path of Religious Relativism --
The Path of Historical Superiority --
“Christianity without Judaism” --
4. At the End of Modernity: What Is New? --
Adolf von Harnack: Modern Theology on Jesus and Judaism --
“The Question of What is New in Religion” --
Marcion Again --
Jesus in History --
Rosenzweig and Rosenstock-Huessy: Christianity beyond Judaism? --
New Thinking --
Rosenstock-Huessey on Christ and the End of Judaism --
Rosenzweig on Christianity’s Enduring Need for Judaism --
Karl Barth: A New Framework? --
“The Word… Ever New” --
Newness and Narration: Re-Describing the Scripture Claim --
The Law as the Form of the Gospel: Re-Describing the Covenant Judgment
Responsibility: by Jeremy F. Worthen.
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