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The Protestant-Jewish Conundrum.

By: Frankel, Jonathan.
Contributor(s): Mendelsohn, Ezra.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Studies in Contemporary Jewry, Volume XXIV: Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, USA, 2010Description: 1 online resource (310 p.).ISBN: 9780199753413.Subject(s): Evangelicalism --Relations --Judaism --History | Judaism --Relations --Evangelicalism --History | Judaism --Relations --Protestant churches --History | Protestant churches --Relations --Judaism --HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Protestant-Jewish ConundrumDDC classification: 296.3/96 LOC classification: DS125.S75 vol. 24Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Symposium: The Protestant-Jewish Conundrum; Introduction: Volume 24, Jonathan Frankel, and the Future of Studies in Contemporary Jewry; The One and the Many: Unity and Diversity in Protestant Attitudes toward the Jews; Confronting the Past: Post-1945 German Protestant Theology and the Fate of the Jews; The Passion of the Christ and Its Ramifications with Reference to the Protestant Churches and Christian-Jewish Relations; The Attitude of the World Council of Churches (WCC) toward the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Leighton, The Presbyterian-Jewish Impasse
The Protestant Problem(s) of American JewryAmerican Evangelicals and Israel: A Complicated Alliance; "Universal Temple"? Jewish-Christian Collaboration in Plans to Reestablish the Holy Temple in Jerusalem; Essay; Between Socialism and Jewish Tradition: Bundist Holiday Culture in Interwar Poland; Review Essays; The Second Edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica: "Snapshot" or "Lasting Monument"?; Is There a "Jewish" Morality? Amalek as a Touchstone; Book Reviews; Antisemitism, Holocaust, and Genocide; Cultural Studies and Religion; History and the Social Sciences
Zionism, Israel, and the Middle East
Summary: Volume XXIV of the distinguished annual Studies in Contemporary Jewry explores relations between Jews and Protestants in modern times. Far from monolithic, Protestantism has innumerable groupings within it, from the loosely organized Religious Society of Friends to the conservative Evangelicals of the Bible Belt, all of which hold a range of views on theology, social problems, and politics. These views are played out in differing attitudes and relationships between Protestant churches and Jews, Judaism, and the state of Israel. In this volume, established scholars from a variety of disciplines
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Contents; Symposium: The Protestant-Jewish Conundrum; Introduction: Volume 24, Jonathan Frankel, and the Future of Studies in Contemporary Jewry; The One and the Many: Unity and Diversity in Protestant Attitudes toward the Jews; Confronting the Past: Post-1945 German Protestant Theology and the Fate of the Jews; The Passion of the Christ and Its Ramifications with Reference to the Protestant Churches and Christian-Jewish Relations; The Attitude of the World Council of Churches (WCC) toward the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Leighton, The Presbyterian-Jewish Impasse

The Protestant Problem(s) of American JewryAmerican Evangelicals and Israel: A Complicated Alliance; "Universal Temple"? Jewish-Christian Collaboration in Plans to Reestablish the Holy Temple in Jerusalem; Essay; Between Socialism and Jewish Tradition: Bundist Holiday Culture in Interwar Poland; Review Essays; The Second Edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica: "Snapshot" or "Lasting Monument"?; Is There a "Jewish" Morality? Amalek as a Touchstone; Book Reviews; Antisemitism, Holocaust, and Genocide; Cultural Studies and Religion; History and the Social Sciences

Zionism, Israel, and the Middle East

Volume XXIV of the distinguished annual Studies in Contemporary Jewry explores relations between Jews and Protestants in modern times. Far from monolithic, Protestantism has innumerable groupings within it, from the loosely organized Religious Society of Friends to the conservative Evangelicals of the Bible Belt, all of which hold a range of views on theology, social problems, and politics. These views are played out in differing attitudes and relationships between Protestant churches and Jews, Judaism, and the state of Israel. In this volume, established scholars from a variety of disciplines

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Jonathan Frankel (1935-2008) and Ezra Mendelsohn taught Jewish history for many years at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Together with Peter Y. Medding, a professor of political science at the Hebrew University, they founded the Studies in Contemporary Jewry series. Frankel's works include Prophecy and Politics: Socialism, Nationalism and the Russian Jews, 1862-1917 and The Damascus Affair: "Ritual Murder," Politics and the Jews in 1840. Mendelsohn's most recent book is Painting a People: Maurycy Gottlieb and Jewish Art.The current editors of Studies in Contemporary Jewry are Anat Helman, Eli Lederhendler, and Uzi Rebhun, all of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

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