Jewish-Christian Relations 70-170 C.E
Christian-Jewish Relations
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Jewish-Christian Relations 70–170 C.E.
JEWISH-CHRISTIAN RELATIONS 70–170 c.e. The time between the Jewish War (ca. 70) and the age of Justin and Melito (ca. 170) was the crucial transition period for Jewish-Christian relations. Before this, Christianity was intimately, if uneasily, related to Judaism and in many ways was still a sectarian
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
CHRISTIAN-JEWISH RELATIONS. For centuries most scholars asserted that Judaism and Christianity underwent a sudden and traumatic separation at some point between 70 and 135 ce. Current thinking demonstrates that the boundaries between Judaism and Christianity took centuries to develop, such that complete
New Dictionary of Theology: Historical and Systematic
Jewish-Christian Relations
JEWISH-CHRISTIAN RELATIONSJudaism and Christianity ‘encounter’ one another textually. There is also a tradition of organized, institutional relations. More common are interactions between Jews and Christians as historical actors, which shape individuals’ perceptions of each other’s (and their own) faiths.