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Hebrew Christian Institutions In Nineteenth-Century Britain

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This appendix section of the book titled The Emergence of the Hebrew Christian Movement in Nineteenth-Century Britain presents a list of Hebrew Christian institutions in nineteenth-century Britain. In nineteenth-century Britain the majority of Jewish believers in Christ worshipped in Gentile churches. Some attained ethnic and institutional independence. A few debated the implications of incorporating into their worship the observance of Jewish tradition, and advocated the theological and liturgical independence of Hebrew Christianity, characterised by opponents as the &t;scandal of particularity&t;.

Keywords: Hebrew Christian institutions; Jewish tradition; nineteenth-century Britain



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