The Research Center “Dynamics of Jewish Ritual Practices in Pluralistic Contexts from Antiquity to the Present“ at the University of Erfurt is proud to announce its opening conference, which features the following speakers and topics: May 11, 2016, 6 pm Mose und die Offenbarung der Tora im rabbinischen Judentum Günter Stemberger (Wien) Musical Performance by Jascha Nemtsov (Weimar/Potsdam) May 12, 2016, 9 am – 6.30 pm Memories of Ritual/In Memory of the Temple in the Jewish Tradition Imaginary Priests in the Second Temple Period and Beyond Tessa Rajak (Reading/Oxford) The Dynamics of Temple and of Ritual in Mishnaic Memory Naftali S. Cohn (Montreal) Conference In Memory of the Temple/ In Memory of Ritual May 11 and 12, 2016 | Thüringer Staatskanzlei and Bildungshaus St. Ursula Erfurt Memory of the Temple and Memories of Temples at Sukkot Clemens Leonhard (Münster) Memories of Ritual/In Memory of the Temple in the Christian Tradition ὃν προέθετο ὁ θεὸς ἱλαστήριον (Rom 3,25) – Sacrifice as a Means of Interpreting the Death of Jesus in the New Testament and its Reception in the Eucharistic Prayer Alexander Zerfaß (Salzburg) No Temple – No Sacrifice? The Temple as Argument in Medieval Cult Debates Thomas Lentes (Münster) Jewish and Christian Traditions in Liturgy: The Protestant Tradition(s) of the Commemoration of the „Destruction of Jerusalem“ as an Intertextual Phenomenon Alexander Deeg (Leipzig) Please, RSVP for one or both days by April 1, 2016. For May 12, participants will be charged 25 Euros covering lunch and dinner. Contact Dr. Claudia D. Bergmann (Project-Coordinator) Dynamics of Jewish Ritual Practices in Pluralistic Contexts from Antiquity to the Present Universität Erfurt Max Weber Center for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies of the University of Erfurt PF 900221 99105 Erfurt Germany Tel.: +49(0)361-737-1684 Email: [email protected] www.uni-erfurt.de/gr/max-weber-kolleg/ projekte/kooperative-projekte/dynamik-rituellerpraktiken-im-judentum Image: View of the Temple of Herod. From II. W. Beecher‘s „Life of Jesus the Christ“, 1873.
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