Anti-Judaism and Early Christian Identity: A Critique of the Scholarly Consensus (Studia Post-Biblica, Volume 46)
by Taylor, Miriam S.
Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1995. Hardcover. VG (Former owner name and year on first page, otherwise clean.). Royal blue cloth, gilt letters on spine and front cover, black & illus. glossy dust jacket, 207 pp. "Against the scholarly consensus that assumes early Christians were involved in a rivalry for converts with contemporary Jews, this book shows that the target of patristic writers was rather a symbolic Judaism, and their aim was to define theologically the young church's identity." (dj).
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