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The Nations That Know Thee Not: Ancient Jewish Attitudes toward Other Religions - Robert Goldenberg
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The Bible is harshly opposed to participation by Israelites in the worship of other nations' gods. Was this strict command to the nation of Israel not to worship other deities extended to other nations? Or was it legitimate and acceptable for other nations to worship their own gods just as Israel worshipped the God of the Covenant?In The Nations That Know Thee Not, Robert Goldenberg takes a historical look at attitudes toward foreign religions that are found in Israel's scriptures and in The Bible is harshly opposed to participation by Israelites in the worship of other nations' gods. Was this strict command to the nation of Israel not to worship other deities extended to other nations? Or was it legitimate and acceptable for other nations to worship their own gods just as Israel worshipped the God of the Covenant?In The Nations That Know Thee Not, Robert Goldenberg takes a historical look at attitudes toward foreign religions that are found in Israel's scriptures and in post-Biblical Judaism, and traces an ambivalent attitude toward foreign religions as it developed through the history of Judaism. How did Jewish outlooks on gentile religions vary so much over time? As Jewish acceptance of paganism grew under rabbinic leadership, did Christianity become heir to other, harsher biblical attitudes toward other religions?Systematically covering the entire range of Jewish literature of antiquity from the Bible through the rabbinic canons, Goldenberg sheds light on the ways in which ancient Jews understood the religious worlds in which they lived. Books, Religion~~Judaism~~General, Nations-That-Know-Thee-Not~~Robert-Goldenberg, 999999999, The Nations That Know Thee Not: Ancient Jewish Attitudes toward Other Religions, Robert Goldenberg, 0814731074, New York University Press, , , , , New York University Press

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The Bible is harshly opposed to participation by Israelites in the worship of other nations' gods. Was this strict command to the nation of Israel not to worship other deities extended to other nations? Or was it legitimate and acceptable for other nations to worship their own gods just as Israel worshipped the God of the Covenant? In The Nations That Know Thee Not, Robert Goldenberg takes a historical look at attitudes towards foreign religions that are found in Israel's scriptures and in post-Biblical Judaism, and he traces an ambivalent attitude toward foreign religions as it developed through the history of Judaism. How did Jewish outlooks on gentile religions vary so much over time? As Jewish acceptance of paganism grew under rabbinic leadership, did Christianity become heir to other, harsher biblical attitudes toward other religions? Systematically covering the entire range of Jewish literature of antiquity from the Bible through the rabbinic canons, Goldenberg sheds light on the ways in which ancient Jews understood the religious worlds in which they lived. Jewish Studies Goldenberg, Robert / Jacobson, Michael, New York University Press

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: NEW YORK UNIV PR], The Bible is harshly opposed to participation by Israelites in the worship of other nations' gods. Was this strict command to the nation of Israel not to worship other deities extended to other nations? Or was it legitimate and acceptable for other nations to worship their own gods just as Israel worshipped the God of the Covenant?PIn The Nations That Know Thee Not, Robert Goldenberg takes a historical look at attitudes toward foreign religions that are found in Israel's scriptures and in post-Biblical Judaism, and traces an ambivalent attitude toward foreign religions as it developed through the history of Judaism. How did Jewish outlooks on gentile religions vary so much over time? As Jewish acceptance of paganism grew under rabbinic leadership, did Christianity become heir to other, harsher biblical attitudes toward other religions?PSystematically covering the entire range of Jewish literature of antiquity from the Bible through the rabbinic canons, Goldenberg sheds light on the ways in which ancient Jews understood the religious worlds in which they lived.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: NEW YORK UNIV PR], The Bible is harshly opposed to participation by Israelites in the worship of other nations' gods. Was this strict command to the nation of Israel not to worship other deities extended to other nations? Or was it legitimate and acceptable for other nations to worship their own gods just as Israel worshipped the God of the Covenant?PIn The Nations That Know Thee Not, Robert Goldenberg takes a historical look at attitudes toward foreign religions that are found in Israel's scriptures and in post-Biblical Judaism, and traces an ambivalent attitude toward foreign religions as it developed through the history of Judaism. How did Jewish outlooks on gentile religions vary so much over time? As Jewish acceptance of paganism grew under rabbinic leadership, did Christianity become heir to other, harsher biblical attitudes toward other religions?PSystematically covering the entire range of Jewish literature of antiquity from the Bible through the rabbinic canons, Goldenberg sheds light on the ways in which ancient Jews understood the religious worlds in which they lived.Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen

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Jewish Studies
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Goldenberg, Robert

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Jewish Studies

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9780814731079

The Bible is harshly opposed to participation by Israelites in the worship of other nations' gods. Was this strict command to the nation of Israel not to worship other deities extended to other nations? Or was it legitimate and acceptable for other nations to worship their own gods just as Israel worshipped the God of the Covenant?In The Nations That Know Thee Not, Robert Goldenberg takes a historical look at attitudes toward foreign religions that are found in Israel's scriptures and in post-Biblical Judaism, and traces an ambivalent attitude toward foreign religions as it developed through the history of Judaism. How did Jewish outlooks on gentile religions vary so much over time? As Jewish acceptance of paganism grew under rabbinic leadership, did Christianity become heir to other, harsher biblical attitudes toward other religions?Systematically covering the entire range of Jewish literature of antiquity from the Bible through the rabbinic canons, Goldenberg sheds light on the ways in which ancient Jews understood the religious worlds in which they lived.

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Publishing year: 1998
Publisher: NEW YORK UNIV PR
232 Pages
Weight: 0,445 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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