Causas y consecuencias de la ruptura entre el judaísmo y el cristianismo en el siglo II
Saban, Mario Javier
Pérez Almoguera, Arturo
Universitat de Lleida. Departament de Història
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The focus of this doctoral dissertation is based on a historical explanation of the causes that drove a group of Jews who were part of a small Messianic movement within Judaism in first century to create in the course of time one of the most widespread religions on the planet: Christianity. My doctoral
dissertation research represents an original contribution in the field of studies of Ancient History as it expounds with various arguments and reasonings that the split of this group of Messianic Jews from within the bosom of Judaism took place in the second century. Despite the fact that there exists much research on the first century, Especially on both Jesus' thoughts and St. Paul's thoughts, few authors have set out to work on and delved into the actual century of the cultural and religious split between Judaism and Christianity. The doctoral dissertation I am submitting before the respected members of the thesis examining jury is a novel contribution to properly explain the historical, theological and political causes that gave rise to the founding of Christianity as an independent religion separate from its mother religion, Judaism.
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