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The making of Jewish universalism : from exile to Alexandria

Author: Malka Z Simkovich
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2017]
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"The Making of Jewish Universalism: From Exile to Alexandria explores two kinds of uniersalist thought that circulated among Jewish in the Greco-Roman world. The first, which is founded on the idea that all people may worship the One True God in an engaged and sustained manner, originates in biblical prophetic literature. The second, which underscores a common ethic that all people share, arose in the second century  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Simkovich, Malka Z.
Making of Jewish universalism.
Lexington Books : Lanham, Maryland, [2016]
(DLC) 2016045532
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Malka Z Simkovich
ISBN: 9781498542425 1498542425
OCLC Number: 959667385
Description: xxx, 185 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: The Problem of Jewish Universalism Part I: Biblical Prophetic Literature: Four Eschatological Relationships Between Israelites and Non-Israelites Chapter One: Three Models of Particularist Relationships in Prophetic Literature Chapter Two: Nation Alongside Nation in the Universal Worship of God Part II: Relationships Between Israelites and Gentiles Built on Biblical Models in the Greco-Roman Period, 334 bce-118 ce Chapter Three: Particularist Relationships in the Late Second Temple Period Chapter Four: The Universalized Worship Model in the Second Temple Period Part III: A Life in Common: The Rise of Ethical Universalist Literature in the First Century bce Chapter Five: Philo's "Radical Allegorizers" Chapter Six: Ethical Universalism in the Late Second Temple Period Part IV: Summary and Implications of the Argument Bibliography
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