Are the Founders of Religions Impostors?
A comparison will be made of three texts which stand in a relation of literary dependency to one another: (1) Samuel Al-Maghribi’s Silencing the Jews, written in 1163 in Baghdad; (2) Maimonides’ Epistle to Yemen, written in 1172 in Cairo; and (3) Solomon Ibn Verga’s Shebet Yehuda, written in 1507 in Naples.
KeywordsJewish Community Divine Commandment Religious Argumentation Religious Persecution Radical Atheist
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