Abraham Geiger and the Jewish Jesus (Chicago Studies in the History of Judaism)

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Was Jesus the founder of Christianity of a teacher of Judaism? When he argued the latter based on the New Testament, Abraham Geiger ignited an intense debate that began in 19th-century Germany but continues in the late-20th century. Geiger was a pioneer of Reform Judaism and a founder of Jewish studies and developed a Jewish version of Christian origins. He contended that Jesus was a member of the pharisees, a progressive and liberalizing group within 1st-century Judaism, and that he taught nothing new or original. This argumant enraged German Protestant theologians, some of whom produced a tragic counterargument based upon racial theory. In this study Susannah Heschel traces the genesis of Geiger's argument and examines the reaction to it within Christian theology. She concludes that Geiger initiated an intellectual revolt by the colonized against the colonizer, an attempt not to assimilate into Christianity by adopting Jesus as a Jew, but to overthrow Christian intellectual hegemony by claiming that Christianity - and all of Western civilization - was the product of Judaism.

About the Author:

Susannah Heschel is the Eli Black Associate Professor of Jewish Studies in the Department of Religion at Dartmouth College. She is the coeditor of "Insider/Outsider: Multiculturalism and American Jews "and the editor of "On Being a Jewish Feminist: A Reader "and "Moral Grandeur and Spirited Audacity: Essays on Abraham Joshua Heschel."

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Descripción University of Chicago Press, 1998. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Acknowledgments Introduction: Reversing the Gaze Ch. 1: The Creation of a Historical Theologian Ch. 2: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Prelude of Revisionist Configurations Ch. 3: Reconceiving Early Judaism Ch. 4: D. F. Strauss, the Tubingen School, and Albrecht Ritschl Ch. 5: The Jewish Jesus and the Protestant Flight from the Historical Jesus Ch. 6: From Jesus to Christianity: Geiger on the Postapostolic Era Ch. 7: Fixing the Theological Gaze: The Reception of Geiger's Work Conclusion Notes Index. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0226329593

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