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    Roger Steven Evans
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Published Works: Sex and Salvation: Virginity as a Soteriological Paradigm in Ancient Christianity – 2003 – University Press of America Issues of New Testament Anti-Judaism: Son of Man, Deicide, and Divine Predetermination – 2007 – University Press of America. Upcoming Book: Constructing a Theology of Isolation: Anti-Judaism and Anti-Semitism in Ancient Christianity: The Hermeneutic of Supersessionism - 2013. Wilton E. Blake, . in. Edward Waters College MBA, University of Florida . iv. Payne Theological Seminary . Temple Bible College and Seminary . Family Bible College and Seminary.

Roy Eckardt, a pioneer in the field of Jewish-Christian relations, asserted that the foundation of antisemitism and responsibility for the Holocaust lies ultimately in the New Testament.

Written by a world authority, this book considers the key question of whether or not the New Testament is anti-Semitic. It is also ideal for ministers who want to be aware of the risk of anti-Semitism when preaching and teaching. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

The ''missing'' Jesus is Jesus within Judaism.

No one can be assessed apart from one’s environment, but a variety of factors have isolated the study of Jesus from the study of Judaism. The ''missing'' Jesus is Jesus within Judaism. Скачать (pdf, 594 Kb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

Issues of New Testament Anti-Judaism brings a fresh analysis to the emerging conflicts between the earliest followers of Jesus of Nazareth and the leaders of the Jewish communities in Palestine and its environs. Roger S. Evans reveals that embedded in many of the confrontations between Jesus and Jewish leaders is Jesus' self-identification as the "Son of Man." It is this self-identification that further ignites the already simmering conflicts, and the final charge of blasphemy. In the book of Acts and in the canonical Epistles we hear the early Christians accusing the Jewish leaders and people of deicide, but it is also in these documents that the Christian authors continue to hope for and believe that the Jewish people are still part of God's people. Finally, Evans reminds readers that, according to the authors of the New Testament, it was always God's plan to send Jesus to die for the sins of his people and the world. This new analysis is intended to inspire both Christians and Jewish people of the twenty-first century to reevaluate how they respond to each other.