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Presentation
Sibling Rivalry between Church and Jews: Commentaries on Esau and Jacob
32nd International Congress on Medieval Studies (1997)
  • Asher Finkel, Seton Hall University
Abstract
This essay is based on a paper previously delivered at the Society of Biblical Literature Conference (Anaheim, 1989) and examines the rivalry between Jews and Christians as depicted in Biblical imagery. This paper was presented at the 32nd International Conference on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University on May 11, 1997.
Keywords
  • Biblical Narrative,
  • Semeion,
  • signs,
  • Sibling Rivalry,
  • Church and Jews,
  • Esau,
  • Jacob,
  • Genesis,
  • Vorgeschichte,
  • Urzeit wirdt Endzeit,
  • Heilgeschichte,
  • Daniel,
  • Dead Sea,
  • Teacher of Righteousness,
  • Qumran,
  • pesher,
  • War Scroll,
  • Maccabees,
  • way of Jesus,
  • Christian,
  • Jewish,
  • Gal 4,
  • Galations 4,
  • diathekai,
  • two covenants,
  • Early Church,
  • Mishnaic Judaism,
  • Tannaitic,
  • Targum. Neofiti,
  • Halakhic,
  • Aggadic Midrashim,
  • apocalypses,
  • Baruch,
  • Ezra,
  • Gen 36,
  • Genesis 36,
  • Mk 14,
  • Mark 14,
  • Lk 22,
  • Luke 22,
  • Rome,
  • Amos 2:6 and Gen 37,
  • Genesis 37,
  • Matt 26,
  • Matthew 26,
  • Zech 11,
  • Zechariah,
  • Pharisees,
  • Jamnia,
  • Dialogue with Trypho,
  • Irenaeus,
  • Adversus Haereses,
  • Akiva,
  • Bar Kochba,
  • Num 24,
  • Numbers 24,
  • Gen 27,
  • Genesis 27,
  • shemad,
  • false Messiah,
  • Bar Kozeba,
  • Tikkun Olam,
  • Rabbi Shimeon,
  • Tosefta,
  • Ta'anith,
  • Edom,
  • Talmud Sanhedrin,
  • rabbinic,
  • Idumean,
  • 666,
  • Nero,
  • NRWN QYSR,
  • Book of Revelation,
  • Yavneh,
  • Shammai,
  • Hillel,
  • Simeon ben Gamaliel,
  • Talmud,
  • Avodah Zarah,
  • Zachariah,
  • hazir,
  • pig,
  • Didaskalia,
  • Melakhim
Publication Date
May 11, 1997
Citation Information
Asher Finkel, "Sibling Rivalry between Church and Jews: Commentaries on Esau and Jacob." Paper presented at the 32nd International Congress on Medieval Studies. Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 11, 1997. Available at: http://works.bepress.co/asher_finkel/22.