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Amy-Jill Levine in her book The Misunderstood Jew, describes a Christian mindset towards Judaism that I can see having been characteristic of my own teaching at times.
In his 1986 Forgetting The Root: The Emergence of Christianity from Judaism, Professor of Biblical Studies and Dean of Special Studies at the Athenaeum of Ohio, Terrance Callan deals with many of the same issues that Daniel Boyarin addresses in his recent book The Jewish Gospels.
Tuesday June 5, 2012 – Dr. William Morrow and Dr. Daniel Fraikin discuss Dr. Daniel Boyarin’s The Jewish Gospels: The Story of the Jewish Christ at St. Philip Oak Bay.
Daniel Boyarin’s address last week ended with an opportunity for questions from the audience.
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In his book The Jewish Gospels, Daniel Boyarin poses a profound challenge to the religious enterprise.
Daniel Boyarin’s book The Jewish Gospels: The Story of the Jewish Christ is a stimulating and accessible account of the origins of Christian faith from a scholarly Jewish perspective.
Daniel Boyarin is a Talmudic scholar. But, Daniel Boyarin is not just any Talmudic scholar. He is the Wayne Gretzky of Talmudic scholars. Even those who disagree with his conclusions, agree that, in the realm of Talmudic scholars, Boyarin is a star.
The 2001 film”The Believer” is an extraordinary and disturbing movie.
I had an interesting response to my recent post: “John 5:1-18 (#4) – Charges Against Jesus”.