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Edited by Jan Assmann and Guy G. Stroumsa
This collection of essays deals with anthropological rather than theological aspects of the Near Eastern and Mediterranean religions from the archaic period to Late Antiquity. Part one focuses on "Confession and Conversion", part two on "Guilt, Sin and Rituals of Purification".
Edited by A.I. Baumgarten, with J. Assmann and G.G. Stroumsa
These papers were delivered at the first international colloquium of the Jacob Taubes Minerva Center at Bar Ilan University. They investigate concepts of Self, Soul and Body across the religious traditions of the Mediterranean world, as well as in Africa and Asia.
Guy G. Stroumsa
This book investigates the problem of esoteric traditions in early Christianity, their origin and their transformation in Patristic hermeneutics, in the West as well as in the East. It argues that these traditions eventually formed the basis of nascent Christian mysticism in Late ...
Edited by Hans G. Kippenberg and Guy G. Stroumsa
The volume addresses a neglected subject: secrecy and concealment as a means of creating identity and establishing social interaction. For the first time well known historians of mediterranean religions reveal the practical competence of notions of concealment and describe the fundamental ...
Edited by A. Chaniotis, T. Corsten, R.S. Stroud and R.A. Tybout
SEG LIII covers the publications of the year 2003, with occasional additions from previous years that we missed in earlier volumes and from studies published after 2003 but pertaining to material from 2003.
Edited by S. Shaked, D. Shulman and G.G. Stroumsa
Edited by Robert Bonfil, Oded Irshai, Guy G. Stroumsa, Rina Talgam
Byzantine Jews: Dialectics of Minority and Majority Cultures is the collective product of a three year research group convened under the auspices of Scholion: Interdisciplinary Research Center in Jewish Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The volume provides both a survey and an ...
Edited, with an introduction, by Guy G. Stroumsa
The long and rich correspondence between the two leading historians of religions Gershom Scholem (1897-1982) and Morton Smith (1915-1991) provides important insights on their world and approach. In particular, it sheds new light upon Smith's discovery of Clement of Alexandria's letter on the ...
Edited by Margalit Finkelberg and Guy G. Stroumsa
An international team of experts discusses the processes of canon-formation in the ancient world, addressing such issues as canon and the articulation of identity; the hermeneutical attitude toward canonical texts; textual fixity and openness; oral and written canons; methods of transmission, ...
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