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See the additionto the Parmamanuscript402, to the text by Solomon bar Moses barYekutiel,"'Edut 'Adonai ne'emana,"in Y. Rosenthal,Studiesand Sources (Jerusalem:RubinMass, 1967), 1, p. 420 (Hebrew). 23. Thus ibn Caspi soughtto counterthe Christians'claim, mentionedabove,concerningthe evil Jewish intentionto murderJesus, in spite of the fact that Jesus himself wanted to die. The Jewish answer,justifying Jesus' death,was knownalreadyfrom the "On Pascha"sermonof Melito, the bishop of Sardis,frombetweenthe years 160-170.
13. See B. E Herring,Joseph IbnKaspi s Gevi'a Kesef A Studyin MedievalJewish Philosophic Bible Commentary(New York:Ktav, 1982) p. 12. 14. Joseph ibn Caspi, "Masref La-Kesef,"p. 107, in MishnehKesef, I. (Cracow,Fisher, 1905), 2. The debate that will be analyzedbelow is found there on pp. 107-109. 15. See J. Cohen, "The Jews as Killers of Christin the LatinTradition,FromAugustine to the Friars,"Traditio,39 (1983), pp. 1-27. See n. 23 below concerning Melito of Sardis. In Al-Harizi's Tahkemoni(Tel Aviv: Mahbarotle-Sifrut, 1952, 28, pp.
11. See, for instance, Bahya ben Asher, Kad ha-kemah,Geulah, 1, in Kitvei RabbenuBahya, ed. B. Chavel (Jerusalem:Mossad HaravKook, 1970), pp. 118-119; Geulah, 2, p. 122. 24 The Case of Christian Spain and Provence in the Late Middle Ages against Christian interpretationsof the Bible and theological principles. This polemic was not divorced from his actual activities. Twice he testifies to having participatedin religious disputes. The idea was born in the Gospels, and was carriedon in the writings of the Churchfathersand theologians of the Middle Ages.
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