Jews and Christians in the First 400 Years

October 17, 2018 Newton $325.00 0
(Illustration: MaryLB/iStock)
(Illustration: MaryLB/iStock)

People often think of Christianity as a “daughter” religion of Judaism, breaking away from the earlier, more ancient religion in the first century CE to become its own, distinct religious identity. But is that a proper reading? Is it more accurate to see both Judaism and Christianity as denominations that arose contemporaneously in the first few hundred years of the common era?

Through the study of ancient texts, we will gain a more nuanced understanding of the early beliefs and practices of Jews, Christians and Jewish Christians. We will also explore how these groups eventually gave rise to two distinct religions and what this early history teaches us about contemporary intra-Jewish debates, radical theologies, and Jewish-Christian relations.

Instructor: Rabbi Micha’el Rosenberg

Financial aid available.

Schedule: Weekly through January 9, 2019 (some weeks are skipped due to holidays; visit hebrewcollege.edu/meah for exact dates)

About Me’ah Select:

Jump into a 10-week, in-depth exploration of a specific theme, text, personality or slice of Jewish history led by our outstanding Me’ah faculty! Targeted to adult learners of all backgrounds, whether you are seeking to take a first step or the next step in your education journey.

Our talented faculty is known for their scholarship and dynamic approach to adult learning, and bring their Me’ah Select classes to life through the study of literature, history, art and original texts and source material.

Taught at the college level, but without papers and assignments, you will dig deeply and gain new perspectives into fascinating topics.

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Fact Sheet
When
Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Where
Temple Emanuel
385 Ward St
Newton, MA 02459
Price
$325.00 Per adult

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