Voices In My Head Podcast Episode 317: Dr. Julie Galambush – Luke-Acts and the Creation of Christianity
This podcast was recorded on April 30, 7:30 PM at Temple Sholom in Springfield Ohio. It is a lecture delivered by Dr. Julie Galambush. Dr. Galambush is the author of The Reluctant Parting: How the New Testament’s Jewish Writers Created a Christian Book. She received her Ph.D. in Old Testament studies from Emory University and her master of divinity degree from Yale Divinity School.
The Lecture: Luke-Acts and the Creation of Christianity.
The author of Luke-Acts created the now-familiar worldview in which Christianity is simultaneously the fulfillment and the rejection of the Jewish community. In a sad irony, the New Testament narrative that begins by saying God has remembered his people Israel ends with the announcement that God has turned away from the Jews.
My thanks to Dr. Galmbush for allowing me to record her lecture and to Rabbi Cary Cozberg and Temple Sholom in Springfield Ohio for hosting the event.
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