RLG326H5 • Early Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism


This course examines how Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity interacted in late antiquity. It explores the processes by which each community (in competition with the other and shaped by a wider social context) formed an identity for itself by establishing an "orthodox" set of beliefs, rituals, moral guidelines, and spiritual ideals.

Distribution Requirement
Total Instructional Hours
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
History of Religions