Between 1971 and 1996, Yoder wrote a series of essays "revisiting" the Jewish-Christian schism. He argued that Jesus did not reject Judaism; Judaism did not reject Jesus; and Paul's universal mandate for the salvation of the nations arose from his understanding of the Old Testament, not the influence of Hellenism. 300 pages, softcover. Herald.
Between 1971 and 1996 the late John Howard Yoder wrote a series of ten essays "revisting" the Jewish-Christian schism in which he argued that, properly understood, Jesus did not reject Judaism, Judaism did not reject Jesus, and the Apostle Paul's universal mandate for the salvation of the nations is best understood not as a product of Hellenization, but rather in the context of his Jewish heritage. This posthumous collection of essays is arguably his most ambitious project and displays Yoder's original thesis that the Jewish-Christian schism "did not have to be." 300 Pages.
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