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Judaism and St. Paul: Two Essays
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Judaism and St. Paul: Two Essays


Max Goschen 1914

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Claude Montefiore wrote two essays for publication. The first one discusses the genesis of St. Paul’s religion, in which he traces St. Paul’s outlook, beliefs, and activities before his conversion near Damascus. The second one shows the peculiar relation of St. Paul to liberal Judaism, which liberal Jews still see St. Paul as a Jew even though he was born and raised a Jew and then he ceased, during his conversion, to be a Jew and became an opponent of Judaism.

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  • Explore’s different aspects of Paul’s life
  • Discusses Paul’s revolutionary teachings about Christ
  • Provides incredible insight into the context of Paul’s ministry

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About Claude Goldsmid Montefiore

Claude Goldsmid Montefiore (1858–1938) was the intellectual founder of Anglo-Liberal Judaism and the founding president of the World Union for Progressive Judaism, a scholar of the Hebrew Bible, rabbinic literature and New Testament, an influential anti-Zionist leader in the communal body, the Anglo-Jewish Association, and an educationalist. He was a significant figure in the contexts of modern Jewish religious thought, Jewish-Christian relations, and Anglo-Jewish socio-politics.

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