Biblical and Rabbinic Attitudes Toward Non-Jews

Early Jewish texts affirmed the universal fraternity of humankind, while asserting the importance of Jewish distinctiveness.

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Pennsylvania and holds an M. A. in Jewish Studies, specializing in rabbinic literature, from McGill University.

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Shawn Zelig Aster is Assistant Professor of Bible at Yeshiva University.