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What’s the difference between Christianity and Judaism? It may not be as obvious as you might think.
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This is a serious challenge to Zionism, with much to recommend it as an intellectual resource for non-Zionist diasporic Judaism and Jewishness.
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“The inspiration for this work comes from the serious nature of the subject matter and the words of Michael Dennis Browne.”
This is a review of Zachary Karabell’s People of the Book: The Forgotten History of Islam and the West. John Murray. 2007.
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