REL 204
Jesus and Judaism Fall 2017 Division II; Cross-listed as REL204 / JWST204
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Was Jesus a Christian? Was he Jewish? And if Christianity’s ostensible founder was Jewish, what does that mean for his Christianness? This course will explore Christian, Jewish, and secular depictions of Jesus’ Jewishness to see what they reveal about the nature and history of the relationship between Christianity and Judaism. Broad in its historical scope, the course will include examinations of ancient Jewish messianic expectations, New Testament depictions of Jesus’ Jewishness, covert references to Jesus in the Talmud, medieval debates between Jews and Christians, and modern scholarly “quests” for the historical Jesus. Was Jesus Jewish? How so and for whom?
The Class: Type: seminar
Limit: none
Expected: 10-12
Class#: 1302
Requirements/Evaluation: active preparation and participation, short papers (3-5 pages), and final exam
Prerequisites: none
Enrollment Preference: none
Distributions: Division II;

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