Judaism and the Gentiles : Jewish patterns of universalism (to 135 CE) / Terence L. Donaldson Donaldson, Terence L

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Donaldson, Terence L
Gentiles.; 586 B.C.-210 A.D; Religion.
Judaism and the Gentiles challenges the stereotypical and unfavorable portrayal of Judaism as a particularistic religion and therefore inferior to Christianity, which is seen as a universal religion. Through his detailed presentation and analysis of the primary sources for early Judaism from the biblical period to the Bar Cochba rebellion in 135 CE, Donaldson shows that Judaism was just as inclusive and open to other nations as was Christianity. --From publisher's description.
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