Tertullian's Aduersus Iudaeos: A rhetorical analysis
Dunn, Geoffrey David 2008. Tertullian's Aduersus Iudaeos: A rhetorical analysis. United States of America: Catholic University of America Press.
|Authors||Dunn, Geoffrey David|
Tertullian's Aduersus Iudaeos (Against the Jews) is one of the most controversial works of early Christian literature for modern scholarship not only because of its subject matter, which denies the enduring validity of Judaism subsequent to the appearance of Christianity, but also because of the debate surrounding the authenticity of the second half of the work itself. Many believe that the parallels with the third book of Aduersus Marcionem indicate that someone other than Tertullian completed this work by taking material from the latter source. As a result, historical studies of the relationship between Jews and Christians have widely neglected this work.
|Keywords||Religion and Religious Studies; Historical Studies|
|Research Group||Centre for Biblical and Early Christian Studies|
|Publisher||Catholic University of America Press|
|Place of publication||United States of America|
|Series||Patristic monograph series, 19|
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