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Abraham Miguel Cardozo: Selected Writings

By Abraham Miguel Cardozo / Paulist Press / 2001



This volume contains the story, mainly told in his own words, of Abraham Miguel Cardozo (1627–1706), a seventeenth-century Jew raised as a Catholic, who combined his rabbinic learning, his Catholic training and a budding awareness of Eastern religions into a remarkable theory of comparative religion.

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Key Features

  • An autobiograpy of a noted scholar of comparative religions
  • Fully integrates and cross references with other resources from your Logos library
  • Provides a unique perspective on historical study of Catholicism and Rabbinic Judiaism

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About the Author

Abraham Miguel Cardozo (c. 1626–1706) was a Sabbatean prophet and physician from Rio Seco, Spain.