Talking with Christians : musings of a Jewish theologian /
David Novak.
Grand Rapids, Mich. : Eerdmans, c2005.
xiv, 269 p. ; 24 cm.
0802828426 (alk. paper)
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Grand Rapids, Mich. : Eerdmans, c2005.
0802828426 (alk. paper)
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Table of Contents
What to seek and what to avoid in Jewish-Christian dialoguep. 1
From supersessionism to parallelism in Jewish-Christian dialoguep. 8
Avoiding charges of legalism and antinomianism in Jewish-Christian dialoguep. 26
Law and eschatology : a Jewish-Christian intersectionp. 46
Maimonides and Aquinas on natural lawp. 67
Buber and Tillichp. 89
Before Revelation : the Rabbis, Paul, and Karl Barthp. 108
Karl Barth on divine command : a Jewish responsep. 127
What does Edith Stein mean for Jews?p. 146
Jewish-Christian relations in a secular agep. 167
The moral crisis of the West : the Judeo-Christian responsep. 184
Jews, Christians, and civil societyp. 203
When Jews are Christiansp. 218
Theology and philosophy : an exchange with Robert Jensonp. 229
Are philosophical proofs of the existence of God theologically meaningful?p. 247
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