The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit: And Its Impact on World History
Fidelity Press, 2008 - 1200 páginas
Spanning over 2,000 years, this study looks at the complex relationship between Jewish and Catholic thought from a social and historical perspective. Examining different significant moments for both religions throughout the centuries, this book analyzes and explains the conflicts that have arisen between the two religions since their beginnings.
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