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by Jakób Jocz


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The Jewish People and Jesus Christ (1949) --- (1981). The Jewish People and Jesus Christ After Auschwitz: a study in the controversy between church and synagogue.

The Jewish People and Jesus Christ (1949). A Theology of Election (1958). Jakób Jocz (1906–1983) was born in Vilnius, Lithuania, and studied in Germany, England, and Scotland As a third-generation Hebrew Christian he was passionately interested in evangelism amongst Jews. ISBN 978-0-801-05123-4.

The author marks the end of World War II as the closing of an important period of history and the possible new beginning for the Jewish people, the church, and the world at large. He cites two events as of major importance, the creation of the Jewish state of Israel and the second Vatican Counsel

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The author marks the end of World War II as the closing of an important period of history and the possible new beginning for the Jewish people, the church, and the world at. He cites two events as of major importance, the creation of the Jewish state of Israel and the second Vatican Counsel. He takes a look at the evolution of a new kind of Judaism that is more tolerant and accepting of Jesus as Jew, just as the church intensifies its commitment to Judaeo-Christian dialogue. Originally published by Baker Book House in 1981.

Jocz most notable works are The Jewish People and Jesus Christ written in 1949 and on the distinctive nature of Israel and Church before God .

Jocz most notable works are The Jewish People and Jesus Christ written in 1949 and on the distinctive nature of Israel and Church before God in his 1958 work A Theology of Election: Israel and the Church  .

The Jewish People and Jesus Christ. -- (1958) --- (1981). A Theology of Election: Israel and the Church. The Spiritual History of Israel.

The Jewish People And Jesus Christ After Auschwitz: A Study In The Contoversy Between Church And Synagogue'. Jocz is known mainly for ‘Jewish People and Jesus Christ’ with, may be to a lesser extent, ‘Jewish People and Jesus Christ after Auschwitz’. The Jewish People And Jesus Christ: A Study in The Relationship Between The Jewish People And Jesus Christ'. To say that the latter is just an update on the former is, in my view, a mistake. A further mistake is to assume that he is just a ‘Jewish issues’ writer.

The Jewish People and Jesus Christ: The Relationship Between Church and Synagogue", . London, 1949 "A Theology of Election: Israel and the Church", . London, 1958 "The Spiritual History of Israel", Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1961 "Christians and Jews: Encounter and mission", .

The author marks the end of World War II as the closing of an important period of history and the possible new beginning for the Jewish people, the church, and the world at large. He cites two events as of major importance, the creation of the Jewish state of Israel and the second Vatican Counsel. He takes a look at the evolution of a new kind of Judaism that is more tolerant and accepting of Jesus as Jew, just as the church intensifies its commitment to Judaeo-Christian dialogue. Originally published by Baker Book House in 1981.
The Jewish people and Jesus Christ after Auschwitz: A study in the controversy between church and synagogue download epub
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Author: Jakób Jocz
ISBN: 0801051231
Category: History
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Baker Book House (1981)
Pages: 273 pages