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Literary Responses To Hebrew Christianity

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Jewish, and Gentile Christian writers for the most part view Hebrew Christianity as a marginal movement, while Jewish Christian historians regard the movement as central to salvation history and the development of what later became known as Messianic Judaism. The book continues the recent trend towards inter-disciplinary study by increasing the scope of church history, traditionally institutional, theological and doctrinal, to encompass the consideration of ethnicity in the history of the church in Britain. London was always the city of choice for the majority of Jewish immigrants after the first arrivals from Rouen, northern France, settled in the City in the eleventh century.

Keywords: Hebrew Christianity; Jewish Christianity; London; Messianic Judaism



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