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ANTI CHRISTIANITY, ANTI-SEMITISM AND MARXISM, SAME ROOT...

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Le colpe degli esegeti nell’anticristianesimo e nell’antisemitismo. Dagli eventi in Galilea al nichilismo, sino ai cattivi maestri della nostra era. Una disquisizione sugli ambiziosi di sostituirsi al Cristo! I pochi pregi e i tanti difetti delle culture sacerdotali, che a differenza degli altri settori introspettivi, rifiutano una regolamentazione etica e di congruenza civica. Un viaggio nel tempo, per meglio comprendere il nostro presente!




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  1. JEWS SAY JUDAS RAPED JESUS:

    p© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2013 DOI: 10.1163/15700674-12342150 Medieval Encounters 19 (2013) 493-533 brill.com/me
    Medieval Jewish, Christian and Muslim Culture Encounters in Confluence and Dialogue

    THE AERIAL BATTLE IN THE TOLEDOT YESHU AND SODOMY IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES

    Ruth Mazo Karras*
    Department of History, University of Minnesota, 1110 Heller Hall,
    271 19th Avenue S., Minneapolis, MN 55455, USA
    *E-mail: rmk@umn.edu

    Abstract
    Thomas Ebendorfer’s fifteenth-century Latin translation of a Hebrew Toledot Yeshu text is the earliest extant Latin version to include a full narrative from the birth of Jesus to the events following the crucifixion, and predates existing Hebrew versions. After reviewing the place of Ebendorfer’s work in the textual tradition of the Toledot, the article examines carefully the work’s account of the aerial battle between Jesus and Judas, in comparison to other versions.

    Ebendorfer includes the detail of sexual intercourse between the two, which is absent in many later versions. In the context of a discussion of Christian and Jewish attitudes toward male–male sexual activity in the Middle Ages, the article concludes that while this detail was in Ebendorfer’s exemplar, he could have elaborated on it in a way that indicates this was a particularly Christian concern.

    Keywords

    Toledot Yeshu, Thomas Ebendorfer, textual transmission, homosexuality, sodomy, Jesus,
    Raymond Martini, University of Vienna, Christian anti-Judaism, Christian Hebraism

    INTRODUCTION

    Jews had a variety of negative things to say about Jesus in the Middle Ages; Christians were aware of this, and blasphemy could be a pretext for persecution.
    Often the nature of the blasphemy was not recorded, either because to repeat it would have been shocking in itself or because it was more effective simply to hint darkly at the horrible things that were said.
    In the first half of the fifteenth century, however, comes the first documentation of a narrative element that appears in later Hebrew sources, that Jesus was raped by Judas Iscariot.

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  2. The true life of Jesus can never be strengthened, since both the Christians' amount carried over and those of the Hebrews are spoiled of partisanship. The Christians will always say all of Jesus magnificent one, while the Hebrews will do anything to destroy its moral aspect. What you brings is not absurd... be simply useless! All what we know probably departs from false or inaccurate testimonies. What we today can make well, is to analyze the way according to which Christianity is formed to correct its defects.

    Ulisse Di Bartolomei

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