Includes bibliographical references (pages 179-181) and index.
1. The Challenge of Religious Pluralism. Judaism and the World's Religions. Exclusivism. Inclusivism. Pluralism. Models of Judaism and Other Faiths -- 2. Biblical and Early Rabbinic Views. The Bible and Idolatry. The Noahide Laws and Idolatrous Practices. Rabbenu Tam and the Kabbalists. Moses Maimonides. Judah Halevi -- 3. Medieval Conflict between Jews and Christians. Christian Massacre and Murder. The Paris Disputation of 1240. The Barcelona Disputation of 1263. The Black Plague and the Jewish Reaction. The Tortosa Disputation of 1413-14 -- 4. Persecution and Apostasy in the Early Modern Period. Marranos. The Inquisition and the Marranos. Torture and Exile. The Dispersion of the Marranos. The Shabbatean Movement -- 5. The Impact of the Enlightenment. The Emancipation of Jewry. Baruch Spinoza. Moses Mendelssohn. Joseph Salvador. Abraham Geiger -- 6. Jewish Reflections in the Age of Emancipation. Samuel Hirsch. Solomon Formstecher. Solomon Ludwig Steinheim. Hermann Cohen. Claude Montefiore -- 7. Modern Jewish Thought. Max Brod. Franz Rosenzweig. Leo Baeck. Martin Buber. Jacob Klausner -- 8. Post-Holocaust Jewish Thinkers. Hans Joachim Schoeps. Richard Rubenstein. Emil Fackenheim. Ignaz Maybaum. Arthur A. Cohen -- 9. Jewish Religious Pluralism. Judaism and Other Religions. A Pluralistic Model. A Theology of Religious Pluralism. Ranking Judaism and Other Faiths.