2 edition of Jewish World in the Time of Je found in the catalog.
Jewish World in the Time of Je
RH Value Publishing
December 12, 1988 by Random House Value Publishing .
Written in English
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Guignebert's thesis: the Jewish soil within which Christianity took root was itself already Hellenized. To be a Jew is to read. To learn, to study, to exercise the mind in pursuit of God and truth, is the holiest act.
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