Schocken Books, 2002. [...] the fundamental argument of this new volume, fully articulated and defended in remarkable detail, is that the meanings symbolized by blood in Jewish tradition must be understood in the context of an ongoing, often tormented, conversation with Christian (religious and post-religious) culture over the role of blood in representing both the boundaries of religious community and its essential identity.
Blood and Belief: The Circulation of a Symbol between Jews and Christians Martin S Jaffee Church History; Mar 2010; 79, 1; Docstoc pg. 227 Reproduced with permission of
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