Rashi and Christian-Jewish intellectual relations

by Albert Rothschild

Publisher: Oxford Centre for Postgraduate Hebrew Studies in Yarnton, Oxfordshire, England

Written in English
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  • Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity -- History.

Edition Notes

StatementAlbert Rothschild.
LC ClassificationsBM535 .R644 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination29 p. :
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23008105M
LC Control Number2008428622

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About the Author. Avraham Grossman is a Professor of Jewish History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a member of the Israeli Academy of Sciences.

He was awarded the Bialik Prize in and the Israel Prize in His research interests focus on the Jewish rabbis 5/5(4). The two key questions Grossman attempts to answer in the book are: did Rashi have a fully developed conceptual intellectual doctrine, and was he a revolutionary or conservative.

Grossman notes that these questions can’t be answered without first reviewing the course of Rashi’s life, his defining character traits, his ties to the non-Jewish /5(4).

Genesis 3's story of the serpent in the Garden of Eden is an example. Rashi accepts as a fact the Midrash that the serpent coveted Eve after seeing her and Adam copulating. Maimonides was convinced that serpents do not speak or covet human females and interprets the story as a parable in his Guide of the Perplexed /5(1).

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This book is groundbreaking for opening up new avenues of research on Rashi's thought, on medieval intellectual trends, and on the exegetic imagination." -- Alan Brill, Cooperman/Ross Endowed Professor in the Department of Religion at Seton Hall University "excellent book" -- Canadian Jewish NewsAuthor: Eric Lawee.

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Judaism is a living and still developing religion, which has shown spiritual and intellectual vitality throughout the medieval and modern periods despite its history of being maligned and persecuted. The Middle Ages saw great Jewish philosophers such as Maimonides, Bible commentators such as Rashi, and poets and mystics, such as Moses Ibn Ezra.

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From the outset, Grossman notes that Rashi’s childhood and youth are shrouded in mystery.Catherine, among many other noble relations, was the aunt of Emperor Charles V, the papacy's most significant secular supporter.

The ensuing dispute eventually lead to a break from Rome and the declaration of the King of England as head of the English Church. Consequently, England experienced periods of reform and also Counter-Reformation.