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Selected Christian Hebraists

by William McKane

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biblical studies, criticism & exegesis,
  • History of religion,
  • Religion - Biblical Studies,
  • History,
  • Religion,
  • Biblical Biography - Old Testament,
  • Biblical Studies - Old Testament,
  • Religion / Bible / Study / General,
  • Religion / History,
  • Religion-Bible - Biography - Old Testament,
  • Religion-Bible - Study - General,
  • Hebraists, Christian,
  • Bible - Study - General,
  • Old Testament scholars,
  • Bible - Biography - Old Testament

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages278
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7767931M
    ISBN 10052189297X
    ISBN 109780521892971

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    About the Book About Jewish Influence on Christian Reform Movements. FROM PREFACE. This work is a study of a few typical “Reform Movements” or heresies in the history of Catholicism during the Middle Ages and of Protestantism during the Reformation era. Richard Simon CO (13 May – 11 April ), was a French priest, a member of the Oratorians, who was an influential biblical critic, orientalist and controversialist. Contents 1 .


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Selected Christian Hebraists [McKane, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Christian Hebraists selected for examination are: Andrew of. The Christian Hebraists selected for examination are: Andrew of St. Victor, William Fulke, Gregory Martin, Richard Simon and Alexander Geddes, all of whom contributed in different ways to the reception of the Hebrew Bible in the Christian Church.

The Christian Hebraists selected for examination are: Andrew of St. Victor, William Fulke, Gregory Martin, Richard Simon and Alexander Geddes, all of whom contributed in different ways to the reception of the Hebrew Bible in the Christian Church.

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Selected Christian. Ancillary to that work was a profound interest in the history of scholarship which he brought to fruition in his Selected Christian Hebraists,spanning the early church, medieval and the. Christian Hebraists and the Study of Judaism in Early Modern Europe, noted scholars trace how these early modern encounters played key roles in defining attitudes toward personal, national, and religious identity in Western Christians increasingly patronized Jewish scholars, in person and in print, Christian Hebraism flourished.

Selected Christian Hebraists by William McKane avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions. Maimonides’ Mishneh Torah was a widely studied work in the seventeenth century, especially for apologetic ian Hebraists and Dutch Rabbis deals with the impact of its study on Jewish–Christian relations.

Dionysius Vossius (–), Guglielmus Vorstius (c. –), and Georgius Gentius (–) constitute a major focus of the present study and attention. Andrew of Saint Victor (died 19 October ) was an Augustinian canon of the abbey of Saint Victor in Paris, a Christian Hebraist and biblical learning "reflects a great humanist culture put at the service of theology," while he emphasised the literal meaning of the Old Testament "to an extent not found elsewhere in the Middle Ages." Authority control: BIBSYS:.

“The Christian Hebraists selected for examination are: Andrew of St. Victor, William Fulke, Gregory Martin, Richard Simon and Alexander Geddes, all of whom contributed in different ways to the reception of the Hebrew Bible in the Christian Church.

When Christian Hebraists reprinted Jewish polemical works they served as "Spokesmen for Judaism" in two different ways. While it is true that Christian Hebraists did report authentically Jewish opinion when they ppblished Jewish polemical texts or excerpts from them, they did so in ways, which reflected Christian standards and expectations.

All of the scholars who served as Cited by: 1. Author of Prophets and wise men, Tracts for the times, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on Jeremiah, Selected Christian Hebraists, Proverbs, a new approach, l & II Samuel, 1 & 2 Samuel; introduction and commentary, 1 & 11 SamuelWritten works: Proverbs, a new approach.

Sly and searching—The New York Times Book Review For the eighth year in a row, celebrate Jewish Book Month with One Book | One Community, in which a single title is selected for discussions and activities across greater s Institute proudly spearheads this initiative.

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This book has hardback covers. In good all round condition. Dust Jacket in fair condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item, grams, ISBN: Contact This Seller; Hide DetailsPrice Range: $ - $ Johann Christoph Wolf (born at Wernigerode, February 21 ; died at Hamburg, July 25 ) was a German Christian Hebraist, polyhistor, and collector of books.

He studied at Wittenberg, and traveled in Holland and England in the interest of science, coming in contact with Campeius Vitringa, Willem Surenhuis, Adriaan Reland, Basnage, and especially occupied.

Nihil quod nostrum esse in philosophia quod non ante Iudaeorum fuerit. Reuchlin, De arte cabalistica, Renaissance and early modern philosemitism, inasmuch as it existed, resulted directly from the renewed interest of Renaissance humanists in the ancient past, and particularly from the emergence of Christian Hebraism.

These guesses were made by Beza in the hope that manuscript evidence would support them at some future date” (Selected Christian Hebraists, p. 92). #67 Logos, Well-Known Member. A Historian in Exile Solomon ibn Verga, "Shevet Yehudah," and the Jewish-Christian Encounter Jeremy Cohen.

pages | 6 x 9 Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Jewish Culture and Contexts View table of contents and excerpt "A Historian in Exile is .fer to “Christian Hebraists” as opposed to “Christian Hebraism”).

ese tendencies come across both in the selection of articles and in their organization. e stress on relations between Jews and Christians in par-ticular is reflected in the two sections into which the book is divided.

William McKane presented the examples of Genesis where “the words ‘in every part of the tent” appear in the Septuagint and the Old Latin, but not in the Hebrew” and of Genesis where the additional words are “’and desecrated them’ and ‘which can still be seen to-day’” (Selected Christian Hebraists, p.

34).