Tertullian's Aduersus Iudaeos: A Rhetorical Analysis by Geoffrey D. Dunn

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Taylor, AntiJudaism and Early Christian Identity, 178-87. In the section on associative antiJudaism Taylor relies upon Efroymson's analysis of the ways in which Tertullian linked his opponents to Jewish characteristics. , 132-34· 120. Stroumsa, "Prom Anti-Judaism to Anti-Semitism," 17121. Carleton Paget, 'Anti-Judaism and Early Christian Identity," 213. 122. , 218-19. 123. , 221. 124. , 224. Controversy 25 Stroumsa and Carleton Paget are not alone in rejecting this "either-or" approach to scholarship on the question of the relationship between Jews and Christians in late antiquity Judith Lieu offers a dynamic approach in that she is aware that one cannot make too hasty a generalization about it.

Evans and Donald A. Hagner (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993), I; and Stroumsa, "From Anti-Judaism to Antisemitism," 2. Gager, The Origins of Anti-Semitism, 8-ro, accepts the distinction between these terms but argues that there are instances where neither one applies. Cf. Rosemary Radford Ruether, Faith and Fratricide: The Theological Roots of Anti-Semitism (New York: Seabury Press, 1974), 3, and Gavin Langmuir, 'Anti-Judaism as the Necessary Preparation for Anti-Semitism," Viator 2 (1971): 383-89, who argue that anti-Judaism always finds social expression in anti·Semitism.

G. Dunn, The Parting of the Ways between Christianity and Judaism and their Significance for the Character of Christianity (Philadelphia: Trinity Press International, I991); R. Bauckham, "The Parting of the Ways: What Happened and Why," STh 47 (I993): 135-51; James Controversy Mediterranean" Project early in 2002 17 at Princeton University demonstrate, more scholars are finding evidence of contact between Jews and Christians extending much later than previously imagined. However, Tertullian's Aducrsus Iudacos is not mentioned explicitly in any of the papers presented at that conference.

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