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This section contains the list of terms that occur in this book titled The Exegetical Encounter between Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity. The study of the relationship between Jewish and Christian exegesis, expressed here as 'exegetical encounter' has had a long and varied past reflecting both social and historic changes and progression in academic methods. The centrality of biblical exegesis for Jewish-Christian relations today is clear due to a shared Bible which provides a basis for discussion and debate. The occasion for the book was provided by the conference entitled 'The Exegetical Encounter between Jews and Christians in Late Antiquity' held at the Faculty of Divinity of the University of Cambridge in June 2007. The conference was organized in connection with a research project of the same title examining the relationship between Jewish and Christian biblical interpreters on Genesis.

Keywords: exegetical encounter; Jewish-Christian relation; Late Antiquity

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