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The Influence Of The Hebrew Christian Alliance

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In September 1865, however, several Jewish Christian clergymen met at the London home of Moses Margoliouth (formerly Epstein) as a Provisional Committee with a view to founding a monthly periodical, The Standard of Judah, in January 1866 as the voice of the Christian Israelites' Association. A much greater impact was made on the Jewish Christian community by Carl August Ferdinand Schwartz, founder of the Hebrew Christian Alliance and successor to Ridley Herschell at Trinity Chapel in John Street (later Crawford Place), Marylebone, London. Although Alfred Edersheim had declined to take over the editorship of The Hebrew Christian Witness and Prophetic Investigator in 1875 he began to edit his own journal, Israel's Watchman; A Hebrew Christian Magazine, two years later.

Keywords: Alfred Edersheim; Carl August Ferdinand Schwartz; Christian Israelites' Association; Hebrew Christian Alliance; Israel; London



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