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New perspectives on the apostle Paul and his Jewishness
Judith Shulevitz examines new evidence that the apostle Paul, long known as “the father of anti-Judaism (the theological critique of Judaism as a religion), the grandfather of anti-Semitism (the hatred of Jews as people), and the inventor of the theology of the Cross,” may in fact have remained a lifelong Jew. Plus, much more to come on Tablet Magazine’s blog, The Scroll.
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