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This section of the book Jewish and Christian Liturgy and Worship: New Insights into its History and Interaction contains the table of contents. The book is divided into four parts. Part one discusses case study of the convergence of Jewish and Christian liturgy. Part two contains Jewish liturgical poetry including a glimpse of Christian poetic texts, and implications of the renewed interest in the treasures of the Genizah. Part three reviews status and tasks via an edition of the Ethiopian anaphora of the Apostles, early Eucharist in transition, and use of the creed and its understanding in performances of the liturgy. Part four deals with early Rabbinic thought on prayers, and blessings in Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity.

Keywords: Christian liturgy; early Eucharist; Genizah; Jewish liturgy; Rabbinic Judaism



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