The Resource Messianic Jews and their holiday practice : history, analysis and gentile Christian interest, Evert W. van de Poll

Messianic Jews and their holiday practice : history, analysis and gentile Christian interest, Evert W. van de Poll

Label
Messianic Jews and their holiday practice : history, analysis and gentile Christian interest
Title
Messianic Jews and their holiday practice
Title remainder
history, analysis and gentile Christian interest
Statement of responsibility
Evert W. van de Poll
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
263.088/2899
Index
no index present
LC call number
BR158
LC item number
.P645 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Edition Israelogie EDIS
Series volume
Band 9
Label
Messianic Jews and their holiday practice : history, analysis and gentile Christian interest, Evert W. van de Poll
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Copyright
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Editor's Foreword to the series ""Edition Israelogie""; About the author; Table of contents; Introduction; 1. Hebrew Christians and the Feasts of Israel; 1.1 Hebrew Christians and the quest for identity; Yet another, surprising response; 'Hebrew' Christians; Ways of expressing identity; Affinity groups; Congregations in the Diaspora; 1.2 Jewish Christian holiday observance; Debate on a 'Jewish' style of worship and conduct; The 'Messianic' approach; Hebrew Christian congregations; Maximalist and minimalist views; Pragmatic view; Interest in Jewish (biblical) holidays: reinterpretation
  • 2.3 The issue of liturgical styleDefective traditional practice; What liturgical style?; 2.4 Messianic Jewish theology; Evangelical framework, three strands; Messianic Judaism: three foundational elements; The issue of rabbinic tradition; The position of Messianic Judaism; Different views on Gentiles and Torah observance; 3. Practice of Biblical and Jewish Holidays; 3.1 Development in the Diaspora; Major element of 'Messianic' religious practice; 3.2 Development in Israel; 3.3 What about Christian holidays?; 4. When? Liturgical Calendars; 4.1 'Biblical' appointed times, which ones?
  • All or some 'appointed times'?Integration of 'Judaic' holidays; 4.2 A comparison of calendars; 4.3 Ambivalence with respect to the Church Year; Sunday; Christmas; 4.4 Dual identification; 4.5 Variety and discrepancy of calendars; 5. What? Holidays Reinterpreted; 5.1 Blending of interpretative traditions; Hebrew Christian interpretation of biblical holidays; Elements from Talmudic Judaism, sometimes reinterpreted; Jewish reinterpretation of Christian feasts; The Messianic 'blend'; 5.2 Sabbath; 5.3 Pesach; 5.4 Other holidays ; Historical meaning; Typological meaning; Spiritual meaning
  • Eschatological meaning5.5 The threefold 'story' of Messianic holidays; 6. How? Blended Celebration; 6.1 Selective use of different traditions; Old Testament -- indications for today; New Testament -- a 'New Covenant way' of celebrating holidays; Judaism -- selective usage; Evangelicalism -- the 'problem' of liturgy; 6.2 Sabbath and Siddur; The general picture; A closer look; Worship service -- on Sabbath or Sunday?; Liturgical styles; Siddur; Synagogue worship; Examples of synagogue oriented Messianic liturgy; 6.3 Pesach and Haggadah; The general picture; A closer look at the Jewish Seder
  • Observance' of Jewish holidays: a new phenomenonThe development of a Jewish Christian Seder; Sunday, Sabbath and the question of dates; 2. The Messianic Movement: General Picture; 2.1 Emergence and spread; A new generation of believers; Spread; Categories of affiliation; What's in a name?; Messianic congregations; Gentile membership; Objections and questions; 2.2 Identity and cultural affinity markers; Identity markers; Cultural affinity markers; Rejection and acceptance; Messianic believers in a pluralist Jewish community; Contextualisation; Differences between the Diaspora and in Israel
Control code
ocn900276946
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Edition
1st edition
Extent
1 online resource
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9783653052077
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Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
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  • (OCoLC)900276946
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