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-right movements flirt with references to (Judeo-)Christianity and claim to be the defenders of religious-cultural identity in times of immigration and cultural relativism. This article is about how within secular societies such as those of the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and France populist references to

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In: Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society
Author: Rachel Gordan

to midcentury Americans who identified as “good liberals.” Even that increasingly popular term, Judeo-Christianity, seemed to imply a comparison that that was often harmful to and exploitative of Judaism. During the midcentury heyday of Judeo-Christianity, when comparison between Judaism and

In: Method & Theory in the Study of Religion
Author: Rivka Nir

pasts in the Greco-Roman World (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2008), pp. 173-216; D. Boyarin, Dying for God: Martyrdom and the Making of Judaism and Christianity (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1999); idem, Border Lines: The Partition of Judeo-Christianity (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania

In: Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus
Author: Adam Kamesar

Tanhuma , ki tissa 34; cf. Pesiqta Rabbati 5 (ed. Friedmann, p. 14b). For other parallel texts and discussion, see M. Bregman, “Mishnah and LXX as Mystery: An Example of Jewish-Christian Polemic in the Byzantine Period”, Continuity and Renewal: Jews and Judaism HILARY OF POITIERS, JUDEO-CHRISTIANITY, AND

In: Vigiliae Christianae
Author: Claudia Leurini

The strophe M28/I/R/i/24-27/, part of a Middle Persian Manichaean abecedarian hymn published in 1995 by P. O. Skjærvø has long represented a riddle: specially the meaning of šmbyd. The proposal by Durkin-Meisterernst to understand it as ‘curtain’ allows to propose a new translation of the whole strophe, which is evidently a polemic text alluding to passages of Exodus 25 and 26, where the Tabernacle of the Temple is described.

In: Iran and the Caucasus

. These types are, roughly, prophetic Judeo-Christianity and socially engaged Buddhism, the prophet and the bodhisattva , representing respectively the demand for justice in response to palpable injustice and the cultivation of compassion in response to universal suffering. The second diptych presents

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In: Journal of Jesuit Studies

criticism of Judeo-Christianity during the fourth and fifth centuries CE. 304 • List of Contributors Kronoscope 5,2_f14_302-304 11/7/05 7:24 PM Page 304

In: KronoScope
Author: Paul Saenz

societies which ran the continent at the local level in the past. Witch-doctors are credited with great religious and political power. Yet, the author maintains that Judeo- Christianity is today the main progressive influence in Africa. This is not the only substantial contradiction in the book. The anti

In: Journal of Asian and African Studies
Author: Paul Saenz

Judeo- Christianity is today the main progressive influence in Africa. This is not the only substantial contradiction in the book. The anti-colonial independence movements are characterized as democratic revolutions. Yet, almost every- thing in Africa militates against democracy. Howe finds no evidence

In: Journal of Asian and African Studies
Author: Shmuel Trigano

only on Judeo-Christianity. Saduccaism, in my viewpoint, gets off the model of expectation. Having renounced presence – because it contented itself with the present state of things of a world that is marked by the experience of loss and absence – it could have no need or problem of interpretation: the

In: The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy