Two Types of Faith: A Study of the Interpenetration of Judaism and Christianity - Martin Buber Library (Paperback)Martin Buber (author)
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Martin Buber contrasts the faith of Abraham with the faith of St Paul and ponders the possibilities of reconciliation between the two. He offers a sincere and reverent Jewish view of Christ and of the unique and decisive character of His message to Jew and Gentile.
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 268 g
Dimensions: 194 x 134 x 13 mm
Buber has delivered a series of shrewd and forceful blows against the Pauline version of Christianity. . . . In every chapter there is a wealth of insight which can force us beyond conventional platitudes.--R. Gregor Smith