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Jewish-Christian Polemic on the Nature of Law Workshop Meeting

Thu, 02/03/2017 - 14:00 to 15:30

Location: 
Room 357 (the Freimann Room, on the same floor as the law library)

 

Professor Jeremy Cohen (Tel Aviv University),

"Thomas Aquinas, Observing the Mitsvot of the Torah, and the Problem of Supersessionism"

 

The fourth "Jewish-Christian Polemic on the Nature of Law" workshop meeting.

This workshop is held as part of the research group "law as religion, religion as law" of the Institute of Jewish law.

 

To watch the workshop full schedule click here.

 

 

Jewish-Christian Polemic on the Nature of Law Workshop Meeting

Thu, 09/03/2017 - 14:00 to 15:30

Location: 
Room 357 (the Freimann Room, on the same floor as the law library)

 

Professor Paula Fredriksen (Boston University and the Hebrew University),

"Paul, Origen and Augustine on the "Christian" status of Jewish law"

 

The fifth "Jewish-Christian Polemic on the Nature of Law" workshop meeting.

This workshop is held as part of the research group "law as religion, religion as law" of the Institute of Jewish law.

 

To watch the workshop full schedule click here.

 

 

Jewish-Christian Polemic on the Nature of Law Workshop Meeting

Thu, 30/03/2017 - 14:00 to 15:30

Location: 
Room 357 (the Freimann Room, on the same floor as the law library)

 

Dr. Barbara Meyer (Tel Aviv University),

"The Charge of Legicide".

 

The sixth "Jewish-Christian Polemic on the Nature of Law" workshop meeting.

This workshop is held as part of the research group "law as religion, religion as law" of the Institute of Jewish law.

 

To watch the workshop full schedule click here.

 

 

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