4 edition of The history of Jewish Christianity from the first to the twentieth century found in the catalog.
The history of Jewish Christianity from the first to the twentieth century
Hugh Joseph Schonfield
|Other titles||Jewish Christianity, The history of.|
|Statement||by Hugh J. Schonfield.|
|LC Classifications||BR158 .S35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||36031253|
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The History of Jewish Christianity: From the First to the Twentieth Century Paperback – by Hugh J. Schonfield (Author), Cited by: 5. THE HISTORY OF JEWISH CHRISTIANITY From the First to the Twentieth Century By Hugh Schonfield Author of An Old Hebrew Text of Matthew’s Gospel The Last Book of the Nativity of John The Speech that Moved the World Duckworth, London 2.
Most modern readers, however, will be most interested in his account of the earliest "missions to the Jews" among Protestants ("The debt of Jewish Christianity to the modern Protestant missions is indeed an overwhelming one"), as well as the rise of voluntary Jewish conversions beginning in the 19th century, and the later formation of /5.
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Hugh J. Schonfield.4/5. OCLC Number: Notes: "First published in " Description: pages frontispiece, plates, portraits, facsimiles 23 cm: Contents: Chapter I --The disciples of the Galilean wonder worker, first attempts at organization --Death of Stephen the protomartyr and persecution by Saul of Tarsus --Preaching of the gospel in the provinces --Execution of James the son of Zebedee --Formation of a.
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The history of Jewish Christianity is a very tragic one. During the first few years of its existence, it enjoyed an enormous growth in numbers, both in Jerusalem and in the rest of Judaea and Samaria.
The early Jewish Christians of the Jerusalem Church were respected both by their countrymen and by the Gentiles of the churches founded by Paul in Asia Minor, Cyprus and Greece. The history of the Jews in Ireland extends back nearly a thousand years.
Although the Jewish community in Ireland has always been small in numbers (not exceeding 5, since at least ), it is well established and has generally been well-accepted into Irish life.  Jews in Ireland have historically enjoyed a relative tolerance that was largely absent elsewhere in Europe.
The book groups articles according to political history, intellectual and social developments, the impact of the emperor, art, and literature, and concludes with an appendix by L. Michael White on. Jewish historian Josephus seems to express surprise that they are still in existence in his Antiquities in latter part of first century.
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He is widely regarded as the patriarch of Judaism and monotheism. Abraham means “High Father”, coming from the Aramaic words “Aba Rama”.In its very earliest days, Christianity was seen by the Jewish teachers as a Jewish heresy; its adherents were Jews who believed in the divinity of Christ [and considered Christianity a Jewish sect].
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