Jews and Anti-Judaism in the New Testament: Decision Points and Divergent Interpretations
SPCK, Baylor University Press 2010
Written by a world authority, this book considers the key question of whether or not the New Testament is anti-Semitic. An accessible and balanced approach makes this a useful book for students. The book is also ideal for ministers who want to be aware of the risk of anti-Semitism when preaching and teaching.
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- Instruction on how to properly interpret the New Testament books
- Bibliographical references and indexes
Praise for the Print Edition
An excellent and much needed introduction to a difficult subject that will enrich scholars, students, and the general reader.
—William S. Campbell, reader in biblical studies, University of Wales Lampeter
This is a sensitive, level-headed approach to a tension-filled topic. Particularly striking is Donaldson’s conclusion that the canon of the New Testament offers more options for Christian self-definition today in relation to Judaism than the compilers of the canon themselves were able to utilize.
—John Koenig, Glorvina Rossell Hoffman Professor of New Testament, The General Theological Seminary
In this perceptive and engaging guide, Donaldson demonstrates that interpretative decisions have moral implications that cannot be neglected. His own constructive proposals can only enhance responsible engagement with scriptural texts in today’s complex world of faith.
—Bruce W. Longenecker, professor of religion and W. W. Melton Chair, Baylor University
This is an engrossing, persuasive, and highly readable introduction to diverse ways in which scholars have interpreted the New Testament in relation to anti-Judaism. Donaldson’s excellent book will surely lay the groundwork for future discussions of this important topic.
—Adele Reinhartz, professor, department of classics and religion, University of Ottawa
- Title: Jews and Anti-Judaism in the New Testament: Decision Points and Divergent Interpretations
- Author: Terence L. Donaldson
- Publisher: SPCK
- Publication Date: 2010
- Pages: 176
About Terence L. Donaldson
Terence L. Donaldson is the Lord and Lady Coggan professor of New Testament studies at Wycliffe College in Toronto. He also serves as director of advanced degree programs at the Toronto School of Theology. He is particularly interested in the theological status of Gentiles within both Second Temple Judaism and early Christianity.