Christianity in Jewish Terms

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INDEX
Abbahu, Rabbi, 72, 253
Abbey of St. Victor, 96
Abortion
and secularism, 135
Abraham, 53, 150, 168
and the Covenant, 70
and Philo of Alexandria, 101
and sacrifice, 326
Abrahamic covenant, 144-146, 155
and circumcision, 145-146
and Sinai, renewal at, 146-147
See also Covenant
Abuya, Elisha ben, 326-327
Acts of the Apostles
and repentance, 302
Actual sin, 315
Adam and Eve
disobedience of, 295-296
Adret, Rabbi Shlomo ben, 105
Adultery, 117, 125-126
Afghanistan
murder of women in, 333
Africa
genital mutilation in, 334
African Americans
as Israel, 110
After Auschwitz (Rubenstein), 216-217
Akedah, the, 299-300
Akiba, Rabbi
and image of God, 323, 332
and scripture, interpretation of, 94
and suffering, 207-208
Alaric, 231
Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 57
Alexander the Great
armies of, 87
Alexandria, 87
Amish
and redemption, 279
Amos, 78
Analogies
and commonalities, 139-140
Anamnesis, 182-183
Anaphora, 181
Anatoli, Rabbi Ya'akov
Malmad Hatalmidim, 105
Angel
God as an, 244-246
Anger
of God, 342
Aniconism, 242
Animals, killing of
for food, 117
Animal sacrifice, 300
Anthropomorphism
and incarnation, 346
problems of, 328-330
Anthropomorphization
of God, 241, 242-243, 246-247, 253
Anthropopathic theologians
and God's image, 338-339
Anti-Catholicism
and Protestants, 136-137
Anti-Jewish violence
and Luther, Martin, 21-22
Anti-Judaism, 12-17, 44-45, 357
and host desecration allegation, 16-17
and Peter the Venerable, 16
and ritual murder allegation, 16, 17
and Roman Catholic Church, 12-14
vs. anti-Semitism, 40
See also Anti-Semitism; Supersessionism

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