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  • Narratology, Hermeneutics, and Midrashby Constanza Cordoni; Gerhard Langer

    Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2014; US$ 44.76

    The contributions compiled in this volume comprise studies of Jewish texts ? biblical, rabbinic, medieval, and modern ?, as well as of patristic and medieval Christian texts, and in one case, a passage of the Muslim text par excellence, the Quran. The authors, scholars in the fields of Jewish Studies, Catholic and Protestant Theology, Islamic Studies,... more...

  • Der Ort des Jüdischen in der katholischen Theologieby Gerhard Langer; Gregor Maria Hoff

    Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 2009; US$ 73.35

    Hauptbeschreibung Der vorliegende Sammelband nimmt Maß an der Bedeutung, die die Israeltheologie und das Judentum in den einzelnen Fächern hatten und haben. Karl Barth hat darauf hingewiesen, dass der Verlust des Judenchristentums einen unersetzbaren theologisch-kirchlichen Verlust bedeutet. Damit weist er in die Richtung, in die sich das Buchprojekt... more...

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