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The Resource Friends on the way : Jesuits encounter contemporary Judaism, edited by Thomas Michel

Friends on the way : Jesuits encounter contemporary Judaism, edited by Thomas Michel

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Friends on the way : Jesuits encounter contemporary Judaism
Title
Friends on the way
Title remainder
Jesuits encounter contemporary Judaism
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edited by Thomas Michel
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eng
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Nz
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
The Abrahamic dialogues series
Friends on the way : Jesuits encounter contemporary Judaism, edited by Thomas Michel
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Friends on the way : Jesuits encounter contemporary Judaism, edited by Thomas Michel
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt13x086j
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Note
"The papers in this volume were delivered at the Third International Colloquium of Jesuits in Jewish-Christian dialogue ... held at Bad Schönbrunn in Zug, Switzerland, from July 18 to 23, 2005"--Preface
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-222) and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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text
Content type code
txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • The goal of the Ignatian exercises and Soloveitchik's halakhic spirituality
  • Christian M. Rutishauser
  • An Ignatian perspective on contemporary Jewish spirituality
  • Donald Moore
  • The Jewish theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel as a challenge for Catholic theology
  • Stanislaw Obirek
  • The genius and the wisdom of Harold Bloom
  • Peter Du Brul
  • From Midrash to Rashi to contemporary narrative exegesis (R. Alter, M. Sternberg, et al.) : continuity in Jewish biblical reading
  • Jean-Pierre Sonnet
  • Preface
  • Inscribe the new in the old : inner-biblical exegesis (M. Fishbane) and the hermeneutics of innovation (B. Levinson)
  • Jean-Pierre Sonnet
  • A Catholic conversation with Hannah Arendt
  • James Bernauer
  • What might Israelis and Jews learn about Christians and Christianity at Yad Vashem?
  • David M. Neuhaus
  • Thomas Michel
  • Introduction
  • Harold Kasimov
  • From windfall to fall : the conversos in the Society of Jesus
  • Marc Rastoin
  • Reflections on the dialogue between Jew and non-Jew in the Bible and in rabbinic literature
  • Tovia Ben-Chorin
  • Preface / Thomas Michel -- Introduction / Harold Kasimov -- From windfall to fall : the conversos in the Society of Jesus / Marc Rastoin -- Reflections on the dialogue between Jew and non-Jew in the Bible and in rabbinic literature / Tovia Ben-Chorin -- The goal of the Ignatian exercises and Soloveitchik's halakhic spirituality / Christian M. Rutishauser -- An Ignatian perspective on contemporary Jewish spirituality / Donald Moore -- The Jewish theology of Abraham Joshua Heschel as a challenge for Catholic theology / Stanislaw Obirek -- The genius and the wisdom of Harold Bloom / Peter Du Brul -- From Midrash to Rashi to contemporary narrative exegesis (R. Alter, M. Sternberg, et al.) : continuity in Jewish biblical reading / Jean-Pierre Sonnet -- Inscribe the new in the old : inner-biblical exegesis (M. Fishbane) and the hermeneutics of innovation (B. Levinson) / Jean-Pierre Sonnet -- A Catholic conversation with Hannah Arendt / James Bernauer -- What might Israelis and Jews learn about Christians and Christianity at Yad Vashem? / David M. Neuhaus
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1st ed.
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1 online resource (x, 230 pages).
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online
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9780823236985
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