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The Incarnation of God
The Character of Divinity in Formative Judaism
The Incarnation of God
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Jacob Neusner - Author
Global Academic Publishing
Price: $32.95 
Paperback - 295 pages
Release Date: January 2001
ISBN10: 1-586841-09-2
ISBN13: 978-1-58684-109-6

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Summary

Examines the notion of divine incarnations as a central element of the portrait of God that came into focus through the Judaism of the dual Torah.

Advancing his monumental study of formative Judaism further, Jacob Neusner examines the notion of divine incarnations as a central element of the portrait of God that came into focus through the Judaism of the dual Torah. In dealing with his concept—which is obviously critical for Christian theology also—Neusner shows how God was described in allusions and narratives as corporeal, exhibiting traits of emotions like those of human beings, and doing deeds that women and men do.

The author, Jacob Neusner, is Research Professor of Religion and Theology at Bard College. Dr. Neusner has published more than seven-hundred-fifty books and holds twenty honorary degrees and academic medals from academic institutions worldwide.

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