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Judaism and Migration
Judaism and Migration

Author(s): Ioan Stinghe
Subject(s): Theology and Religion
Published by: Scientia Moralitas Research Institute
Keywords: migration; stranger; Judaism; change; development; providence
Summary/Abstract: Migration in history has generated ethnical and religious synthesis, demographical, cultural, economical, social and political changes. Today, the migration phenomenon has taken amplitude in the context of two unrolling processes with a visible potential for changing the contemporaneous world: the extension of the European Union and the democratization in the Arabic world. Is there any connection between the development of the Judaism and the actual migration phenomenon? The study limits itself at analyzing the migration’s origins in the context of the creation of the Jewish people and of the impact of the Judaism upon the world. The conclusion emphasizes the fact that setting the migration concept in relation with the development of the Judaism, has an empirical and a theological support, which reveals the result of a dynamic juxtaposition, as a product of the divine providence.

  • Page Range: 378-392
  • Page Count: 15
  • Publication Year: 2016
  • Language: English