Daniel Boyarin, Border Lines: The Partition of Judaeo-Christianity. (Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia Press. Border Lines has 88 ratings and 11 reviews. John said: Anyone interested in the origins of Christianity and its development into the Patristic era will. Michael Carden reviews Border Lines: The Partition of Judaeo-Christianity, In this book, Boyarin reads a range of Jewish and Christian texts from the early.
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The work is intensely provocative and innovative and is destined to take its proper place as a modern classic among Boyarin’s previous works. According to Boyarin, this construction of Jewish orthodoxy was in large part due to Justin’s production of Christian orthodoxy. According to Boyaring, this Logos theology, which has often been considered the doctrine which demanded Christianity’s split away from Judaism, gorder not actually a Christian innovation.
Border Lines, Daniel Boyarin
Some of the judaisms in the period were binitarian. Jimmy rated it it was amazing Mar 10, Paradoxically, however, the two communities evolved in surprisingly parallel ways. The Secret Gospel of Boyarih. Border Lines, Daniel Boyarin. Rereading Late Ancient Religion View table of contents Winner of the Award for Excellence in the Historical Study of Religion from the American Academy of Religion “Encourages us to bordr historic Christianity as but one expression of a universalistic potential in Jewish monotheism.
Boyarin goes on to draw up the story of Judaism in the 6th century. Ria Christie Collections Condition: The ultimate distinctions between Judaism and Christianity were imposed from above by “border-makers,” heresiologists anxious to construct a discrete identity for Christianity.
Border Lines: The Partition of Judaeo-Christianity
Feb 07, Zacharygs rated it really liked it. Border Lines By Daniel, Boyarin. Jul 17, Jose Papo rated it it was amazing. For Justin, a Christian was one who held to Logos theology and a Jew was one who rejected it.
The Ecumenical Factor Khurbinek: A decent book, no doubt, yet not likely one to which I will return often.
Joel C Verbist rated it liked it May 19, In Border Lineshowever, Daniel Boyarin llnes a striking case for a very different way of thinking about the historical development that is the partition of Judaeo-Christianity. Boyarin thus manages to save Logos Jews from accusations of being Hellenized: Chapter 4 undertakes a close intertextual reading of the Prologue to the Gospel of Lnes.
Open Preview See a Problem? Clean and unmarked text. Ahmed rated it really liked it Aug 19, For Philo, it appears the Logos is both a part of God, and yet a separate being.
I think Boyarin has published an incredibly erudite and creative work. As the subtitle makes clear enough, Boyarin detects, not a peaceful, inevitable split between these two “religions”, but a partition – an enforced dissolution.
The game that the Christians had lured the Jews into playing, the game of “religion”, would ultimately be rejected by the Jewish community. Which, if I were to summarize, means that he walks into the past holding everyone suspect.
November Copyright year: However, upon the dubious? His bold thesis will no doubt prove controversial and important. Boyarin’s reconstruction of the interaction between Christianity and Judaism is as follows.
So Christianity was not so radical or different in terms of concepts from other judaisms of the period. Any historical event is an opportunity to dig up an underlying conspiracy.
Winner of the Award for Excellence in the Historical Study of Religion from the American Academy of Religion “Encourages us to see historic Christianity as but one expression of a universalistic potential in Jewish monotheism. Along the way, Boyarin demonstrates the first- and second-century muddling of “Jew” and “Christian” through analysis of Logos theology, the notion of a second, distinct hypostasis of God ditheism, more or less. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
He describes Logos Theology as: In saying this, I boyrain arguing.
Border Lines: The Partition of Judaeo-Christianity by Daniel Boyarin
Marco rated it really liked it Oct 20, However, it is clear within the 2nd century that this became a major contention between Jews and Christians. The means by which these two communities would determine the answers to the very difficult questions liines identity, Boyarin argues, is through heresiology.
Used book llnes good condition. Readers be warne Anyone interested in the origins of Christianity and its development into the Patristic era will, at some point, have to account for the parting of ways between Christianity and Judaism.
Yet the story does not end there. Jan 02, John Walker rated it liked it.