Converts in the Age of Enlightenment
The final chapter ends the discussion with the changes and vague points of the converts' position starting from the Age of Enlightenment. The first section focuses on the status of Judaism during the Age of Enlightenment, where terms such as science and reason ran rampant. From here the chapter looks at the two traditions that were combined in the last few years of the 18th century with regards to the anti-rabbinic Christian assessment of the Jewish religion.
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