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    • Jean Sibelius i Amerika 

      Andersson, Otto (Förlaget Bro, 1955)
    • Jesus Christ as 'vere Deus' as a challenge for interreligious dialogue 

      Bernhardt, Reinhold (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2011)
      The article explores a line of Christological argumentation which sets out the notion of Christ’s divinity in a way which does not end up with an exclusivist attitude towards other religions. I regard the Chalcedonian ‘vere ...
    • Jesus the Victimizer? 

      Thurén, Lauri (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2014)
      Jesus’ antagonistic encounters with the Pharisees serve traditionally as a basis for the poor relationship between Christianity and Judaism. The conflict stories epitomized by Jesus’ parables have been assessed as descriptions ...
    • Jesus' Entry into Jerusalem 

      Sankamo, Juho (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2014)
      This article intends to contribute to the understanding of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. The author studies the entry, which is found in all the Gospels, in its Jewish context. The author argues that Jesus’ entry into ...
    • Jewish archives and sources in the Nordic countries 

      Pataricza, Dóra; Muir, Simo; Bak, Sofie Lene; Følner, Bjarke; Banik, Vibeke Kieding; Rudberg, Pontus (The Donner Institute, 20.12.2021)
      This article aims to give an overview of Jewish archives and archival sources in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. Besides describing significant existing collections, the article looks into ongoing archival projects, ...
    • Jewish Studies in the Nordic Countries Today 

      Illman, Ruth (The Donner Institute, Åbo Akademi, 2016)
      This volume presents articles by Nordic scholars working with Jewish subjects in their research. It deals with current approaches, findings and challenges within the research field from a variety of theoretical, methodological ...
    • Jewish theology and Jewish studies in Germany: Reflections in relation to the development of the research field in Norway 

      Homolka, Walter (the Donner Institute, 03.11.2018)
      This article presents some insights into the German developments of studying Judaism and the Jewish tradition and relates them to the ongoing development of the subject at universities in the Nordic countries in general ...
    • Jewish–Christian Contacts, Past and Present. Sweden and Germany Compared 

      Glöckner, Olaf; Roos, Lena (The Donner Institute, 19.06.2023)
      Editorial for the Volume 34, Issue 1
    • ‘Jewry ueber Alles’ 

      Macklin, Graham (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      This article explores the role of the Britons Society, a small racial nationalist sect founded in 1919, in the propagation of conspiracist antisemitism in the United Kingdom in the aftermath of the First World War. It ...
    • Jews and Judaism in Norway today 

      Herberger, Tyson (the Donner Institute, 03.11.2018)
      This address was given as part of a podium discussion on Judaism in Norway today held at the Jewish Museum in Oslo on 4 March 2018. Other participants in the panel were Rabbi Lynn Feinberg (Jewish Renewal movement), Rabbi ...
    • Join the Holy Spirit on Zoom 

      Addo, Giuseppina (The Donner Institute, 22.11.2021)
      The COVID-19 global pandemic impacted all social relations, including the way religious communities engage in worship services. Due to strict social distancing protocols, the only viable solution for many congregations was ...
    • Judarnas plats i Göteborg 

      Hammarström, Per (The Donner Institute, 28.06.2024)
      Review of Pia Lindqvist (red.): Plats i staden: Göteborgs judiska artonhundratal. Göteborg: Bokförlaget Korpen, 2023.
    • ”Jude är något man gör” 

      Illman, Ruth (The Donner Institute, 27.06.2022)
      Recension av Jude i Sverige: en antologi, red. Daniel Pedersen (Stockholm: Föreningen Judisk kultur i Sverige, 2021).
    • Judendomen i ljuset av dess högtider 

      Illman, Karl-Johan (The Donner Institute, 1994)
      Den här boken är tänkt som en översiktsbok för dem som studerar judendom inom teologi eller religionshistoria. Boken inleds med en reflektion kring hur man kan beskriva judendomen och den judiska tideräkningen. Sabbaten ...
    • Judisk historia 

      Illman, Karl-Johan; Harviainen, Tapani (The Donner Institute, 2002)
      Den här boken är avsedd att tjäna som en introduktion till judisk historia och judiskt tänkande från biblisk tid till våra dagar. En framställning av judisk historia kan disponeras på många olika sätt. En fråga gäller vad ...
    • Judiskt liv i Helsingfors 

      Lundgren, Svante (The Donner Institute, 12.12.2020)
      En recension av Eva Odrischinskys självbiografiska bok Som alla andra. Min judiska familj och jag (Förlaget 2019).
    • Just an ordinary Jew: A case for Why Paul should be studied within Jewish studies 

      Larsson, Stefan (the Donner Institute, 03.11.2018)
      The apostle Paul, author of many letters in the New Testament, is often considered to be the father of Christian antisemitism and a staunch opponent of keeping the Torah. This perspective has been shared both by Jews and ...
    • Jødiske karakterer i dansk fortellende litteratur på 1800-tallet 

      Hoffmann, Christhard (The Donner Institute, 19.12.2022)
      Bokanmeldelse av Katharina Bocks Philosemitische Schwärmereien. Jüdische Figuren in der dänischen Erzählliteratur des 19. Jahrhunderts (Tübingen: Narr Francke Attempto Verlag, 2021)
    • Kansanäänestyksen seuraukset : Oppeja Mustasaaresta 

      Karv, Thomas; Backström, Kim (Institutet för samhällsforskning (Samforsk), Åbo Akademi, 25.05.2021)
      Kunnalliset kansanäänestykset antavat kuntalaisille mahdollisuuden esittää suoraan kollektiivisen mielipiteen tietystä asiasta. Vaaleilla valittujen edustajien ei tarvitse noudattaa tätä mielipidettä, vaan päätösvalta ...
    • Keeping kosher or not keeping kosher in contemporary Denmark 

      Fischer, Johan (The Donner Institute, 24.11.2019)
      The Hebrew term kosher means ‘fit’ or ‘proper’ and it traditionally signifies foods that conform to Jewish dietary law (kashrut). This article explores how kosher is understood, practised and contested in contemporary ...