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The Bible, Nostra Aetate, and the ‘Good Text-Bad Text’ Hermeneutics

Svartvik, Jesper LU (2015) In Dynamics of Difference: Christianity and Alterity
Abstract
In this article it is argued that a peculiar dichotomy between pro-Hebrews and pro-Pauline readers has been construed in Jewish-Christians relations, which has resulted in Hebrews being read differently, compared to the Pauline epistles.
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Hebrews, Paul, Romans, Jewish-Christian relations, Second Vatican Council, hermeneutics
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Dynamics of Difference: Christianity and Alterity
editor
Matarazzo, James and Schmiedel, Ulrich
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T&T Clark
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9780567656858
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English
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