“Multiple Judaisms” by Gabriele Boccaccini

The subject of this article—from Judaism to Judaisms—is not only about names, but about ways of looking at things. For nearly two thousand years both Jews and Christians have looked at Judaism as a single fixed thing—a kind of point. Paradoxically, each religious community had reasons to adhere to this image. This link is to an online library of issues of Bible Review. The article appears in the February 1995 issue.

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