Jews and Anti-Judaism in the New Testament offers a balanced, sensitive, and erudite guide to the precarious issues of anti-Semitism, anti-Judaism, and supersessionism in the New Testament. Combining adept navigation of the relevant literature--both classics of the field and more recent forays--with a keen exegetical analysis of the Christian canon, Terence L. Donaldson maps the major New Testament writings across three axes: self-definition, degree of separation, and rhetorical intent. In doing so, he successfully brings his readers up to speed on this crucial discussion, even while pushing the conversation forward with intellectual force and exegetical savvy.
Terence L. Donaldson is the Lord and Lady Coggan Professor of New Testament Studies at Wycliffe College (University of Toronto). He is author of two other books -- Jesus on the Mountain and Paul and the Gentiles -- and is one of the co-chairpersons of the "Religious Rivalries" Seminar.
Preface 1. Introduction 2. Matthew 3. Luke-Acts 4. John 5. Paul 6. The New Testament: Then and now Bibliography Index of ancient sources Index of modern authors