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Getting Out The Good News, Michael P. Dicuirci May 1981

Getting Out The Good News, Michael P. Dicuirci

Michael P. DiCuirci, M.M.

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Yavneh’S Liturgy And Early Christianity, Asher Finkel Jan 1981

Yavneh’S Liturgy And Early Christianity, Asher Finkel

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

A critical historical examination of the liturgy of Yavneh and the use of the terms "minim" and "Nazarenes" in the prayer with an appendix that provides a review, both textually and historically, of the early rabbinic material (the Yavneh tradition) on the Christian teaching with a special reference to Rabbi Jesus and a particular focus on the episode involving Rabbi Eliezer ben Hyrcanus of Yavneh and Lydda at the beginning of the second century CE.


Luther On Church Unity : The Commentary On Galatians (1535), Lawrence Porter Dec 1980

Luther On Church Unity : The Commentary On Galatians (1535), Lawrence Porter

Rev. Lawrence B. Porter, Ph.D

This article promotes ecumenical discussion of the eclesiological question: what structures are required to preserve the values of freedom and accountability in matters of faith? it is the author's contention that freedom and accountability are essential elements in the experience of Christian faith but are not easily reconciled; indeed, in the history of the churches, one element has often been sacrificed to the other. As illustration, the author offers a study of these themes in Luther's 1535 Commentary and concludes that both the church of Rome and the churches of the Reformation would do well to reconsider their ...


The Jewish Liturgy Of Marriage, Asher Finkel Dec 1980

The Jewish Liturgy Of Marriage, Asher Finkel

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

This essay examines the Jewish liturgy of marriage and how it reflects the axiological meaning of the intrinsic values of a significant collective experience. This article was revised and reprinted in Jewish Roots of Christian Liturgy, edited by Eugene J. Fisher, 65-81. New York: Paulist, 1990.