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Trading Places Sourcebook

Readings in The Intersecting Histories of Judaism and Christianity

Edited by Bruce D. Chilton and Jacob Neusner

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

304 Pages, 5.50 x 8.50 x 0.61 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781592446452
  • Published: April 2004

$33.00 / £25.00 / AU$45.00

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The 'Trading Places Sourcebook' provides the critical passages from primary sources within Christian and Judaic traditions. Professors Bruce Chilton and Jacob Neusner also provide helpful commentaries to illuminate the context for and significance of these sources. This sourcebook is meant to accompany 'Trading Places', which turns on its head the usual scholarly consensus that early Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism run parallel. These two great traditions, argue Chilton and Neusner, intersected and ultimately traded places during the first four centuries of the Common Era. In this, the authors offer a bold new way of interpreting Western religious history. Politically, for example, the private and communal Christianity became public and dominant after the conversion of Constantine, whereas the formerly public and political Rabbinic Judaism became private and communal. But Christianity and Judaism traded places in other ways as well, such as their values, their teleology, and their understandings of history. Ultimately Judaism found success in making the best of what it could not change, Chilton and Neusner assert, whereas Christianity entered public discourse in a bid to transform the world.
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