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Reading the Epistle to the Hebrews without Presupposing Supersessionism

Svartvik, Jesper LU (2011) In Christ Jesus and the Jewish People Today: New Explorations of Theological Interrelationships p.77-91
Abstract
The Epistle to the Hebrews has been an exceptionally significant text in Christian-Jewish relations. In particular, certain passages have been interpreted in ways that assume that Christianity supersedes Judaism. In this article it is argued that reading the epistle without presupposing supersessionism, Heb. will be acknowledged as one of those subject matters which, in the words of Nostra Aetate, “human beings have in common and which tend to bring them together” (… quae hominibus sunt communia et ad mutuum consortium ducunt).
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supersessionism, Hebrews, replacement theology, Judaism, Jewish-Christian relations, Christianity, Nostra Aetate, eschatology, Tabernacle, Temple, metaphors, New Testament, Epistle to the Hebrews
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Christ Jesus and the Jewish People Today: New Explorations of Theological Interrelationships
editor
Cunningham, Philip C.; Sievers, Joseph; Boys, Mary C.; Henrix, Hans Hermann; Svartvik, Jesper; ; ; ; and
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77 - 91
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Eerdmans
ISBN
9780802866240
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English
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  author       = {Svartvik, Jesper},
  editor       = {Cunningham, Philip C. and Sievers, Joseph and Boys, Mary C. and Henrix, Hans Hermann and Svartvik, Jesper},
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  keyword      = {supersessionism,Hebrews,replacement theology,Judaism,Jewish-Christian relations,Christianity,Nostra Aetate,eschatology,Tabernacle,Temple,metaphors,New Testament,Epistle to the Hebrews},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {77--91},
  publisher    = {Eerdmans},
  series       = {Christ Jesus and the Jewish People Today: New Explorations of Theological Interrelationships},
  title        = {Reading the Epistle to the Hebrews without Presupposing Supersessionism},
  year         = {2011},
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