Christianity in Jewish Terms

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NOTES

Chapter One
1.
See D. Novak, Jewish-Christian Dialogue ( New York, 1989), 14ff.
2.
See B. Ned. 11a and parallels.
3.
A good model for this is the concept of "mediation" (pesharah) in Jewish civil law. Pesharah is advocated (see B. Sanh. 6b-7a) when the full exercise of an individual claim in a property dispute would result in one side becoming the winner and the other the loser, thus resulting in a further rupture of the peace of the community in which both parties participate. To avoid this result, each party is to be persuaded (but not forced) to bracket his or her full claim with all its dissonance in favor of a partial claim in order to not further impede what the two parties have and should have in common.
4.
See D. Novak, The Election of Israel ( Cambridge, 1995), 40ff.
5.
See Maimonides, Guide of the Perplexed, 2.33, on Ex. 20:3; also, Rom. 1:18-23.
6.
Ps. 81:10.
7.
See Lev. 10:1; R. Judah Halevi, Kuzari, 1.97; also, M. Halbertal and A. Margalit, Idolatry, trans. N. Goldblum ( Cambridge, Mass., 1992), 186ff.
8.
See R. Abraham Gumbiner, Magen Avraham on Shulhan Aruch: Orah Hayyim, 128.37 based on B. Sanh. 74a on Lev. 22:32.
9.
See Novak, The Election of Israel, 177ff.
10.
See B. Kid. 70b, and Rashi, s.v. kashin gerim.
11.
See, e.g., Pesiqta Rabbati, chap. 35 on Zech. 2:15, ed. Friedmann, p. 161a, and chap. 40 on Lev. 23:24, p. 167b; Tanhuma: Tsav on Lev. 8:1, ed. Buber, p. 9b; Maimonides , Teshuvot ha-Rambam, 1, no. 149, ed. Blau ( Jerusalem, 1960), pp. 284ff. Cf. B. Yev. 109a and Tos., s.v. "ra'ah."
12.
See C. H. Dodd, The Apostolic Preaching ( New York, 1960), 93ff.
13.
See Is. 66:22.
14.
See B. Ber. 34b; 1 Cor. 2:9.

Chapter Three

Christian Theology After the Shoah
1.
See the so-called Epistle of Barnabas (ca. 132 C.E.); Justin Martyr Dialogue with Trypho (ca. 150 C.E.); Melito of Sardis Homily on the Passover (ca. 160-170 C.E.); Irenaeus of Lyon's Against Heresies (ca. 170 C.E.); and Tertullian Against the Jews (ca.

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