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Two powers in heaven

Alan F. Segal

Two powers in heaven

early rabbinic reports about Christianity and Gnosticism

by Alan F. Segal

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Published by Baylor University Press in Waco, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dualism (Religion) in rabbinical literature,
  • Rabbinical literature,
  • Church history,
  • Jewish heresies,
  • History and criticism,
  • Gnosticism

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlan F. Segal
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBM646 .S44 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25156994M
    ISBN 109781602585492
    LC Control Number2011051787

      Alan F. Segal. Two Powers in Heaven: Early Rabbinic Reports about Christianity and Gnosticism. Studies in Judaism in Late Antiquity Leiden: E. J. Brill, xxiv, pp. - Volume 10 Issue 1 - Shaye J. D. CohenAuthor: Shaye J. D. Cohen. Two powers in Heaven: the history and importance of the problem --Conflicting appearances of God --Aher, Metatron, Merkabah, and the angel of YHWH --A controversy between Ishmael and Akiba --Midrashic warnings against "Two powers" --Mishnaic prohibitions against unorthodox prayer --"Many powers in Heaven" and miscellaneous reports --How many.

    Two Powers in Heaven was a very early category of heresy. It was one of the basic categories by which the rabbis perceived the new phenomenon of Christianity and one of the central issues over which Judaism and Christianity separated. In his now classic Two Powers in Heaven, Alan Segal examines rabbinic evidence about early manifestations of the two powers heresy within sheds light upon the development of and relationships among early Christianity, Gnosticism, and Merkabah mysticism and demonstrates that belief in the two powers in heaven was widespread by the first century, and may have been a catalyst for Brand: Mr Alan F Segal.

      Belief in “two powers in heaven” was the charge/heresy the rabbis accused groups/people of who broke with monotheism. Sometimes they were accused of believing in “many powers in heaven.” While tentative, he concludes that a “radical Gnosticism superceded rather than preceded Christianity as a target for the rabbinic debate.”.   In his now classic Two Powers in Heaven, Alan Segal examines rabbinic evidence about early manifestations of the "two powers" heresy within sheds light upon the development of and relationships among early Christianity, Gnosticism, and Merkabah mysticism and demonstrates that belief in the "two powers in heaven" was widespread by the first century, and may have been a Brand: Baylor University Press.


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Introduction Twenty-five years ago, rabbinical scholar Alan Segal produced what is still the major work on the idea of two powers in heaven in Jewish thought.

Segal argued that the two powers idea was not deemed heretical in Jewish theology until the second century C.E. He carefully traced the roots of the teaching back into [ ].

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He carefully traced the roots of the teaching. An Overview of the Two Powers in Heaven. Segal begins by giving an overview of the rabbinic discussion regarding the “two powers” heresy and presents possibilities for their object. Just as we today have a plurality of beliefs about God and his nature, there were diverse beliefs at the time of.

Segal writes, ”It became clear that ‘two powers in heaven’ was a very early category of heresy, earlier than Jesus, if Philo is a trustworthy witness, and one of the basic categories by which the rabbis.

"Two powers in heaven" was a very early category of heresy. It was one of the basic categories by which the rabbis perceived the new phenomenon of Christianity and one of the central issues over which Judaism and Christianity separated. Segal reconstructs the development of the heresy through dating of the stages of the rabbinic traditions/5(16).

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Segal begins by identifying ‘those who say there are two powers in heaven’, a rabbinic heresy probably referring to Christians. He shows that Philo did not hesitate to call the logos a ‘second God’ because he felt it was more important to protect the immutability than the unity.

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