The Christian Invention Of “judaism” (prof. Daniel Boyarin)

Listen to this lecture by Prof. Daniel Boyarin, University of California at Berkley
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  1. Kat Hobaugh

    I think this a very important discussion. I am not Jewish, however, I came from “nothing” (lol) to faith in Christ because of the Ten Commandments. I had no “shadows” of things like confession of sin, cleansing, what to remember (past). I now know that understanding all these things would have been helpful to me as a new believer. How could I have recognized the reality having never seen the “shadows”. I think inventing a religion that denies us the guidance and wisdom that the early church most likely had has been painfully hurtful in reaching the lost. Thank you Jewish Friends

  2. Kristine Holland

    An interesting series, thank you!