Mary in Jewish Tradition

Veritas 63 (1):26 (2018)
Abstract
Uma vez que os judeus rejeitaram o relato milagroso do nascimento de Jesus, eles assumiram que Maria era concebida através de atividade sexual ilícita, às vezes expressa em termos vulgares. Alguns judeus refutaram a possibilidade do nascimento virginal por meio de argumentos filosóficos e outros ofereceram argumentos bíblicos contra a virgindade perpétua de Maria. Apesar das opiniões geralmente negativas acerca de Maria, há evidências de uma atração pela idéia de um modelo feminino semi-divino e é possível que certas interpretações cabalísticas da presença divina tenham mapeamentos marianos.
Keywords cristianismo   Jesus   judaísmo   Maria   milagres   nascimento virginal
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DOI 10.15448/1984-6746.2018.1.29652
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