The broken staff : Judaism through Christian eyes /
Analyzing the perceptions and interpretations of Judaism and Jewish traditions in Christianity and in Western culture from the medieval period until the 20th century, deals also with theological "Judeophobia" and anti-Jewish stereotypes, as well as with different forms of anti-Jewish preju...
|Published:||Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1992.|
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- A gateway to the city of books
- Reknitting the severed connection
- Rival interpreters in the Renaissance and Reformation
- The flowering of Christian Hebraism
- Seventeenth-century uses of historical Judaism
- Transitions to the Enlightenment
- Assault of the English Deists
- The French philosophes : an ambiguous record
- Catholic vindications of Israel
- The German Janus
- The aftermath of liberation.