KRITIK DES CHRISTLICHEN MISSIONSWESENS, IN BESONDERE DER “JUDENMISSION.” [i.e., INBESONDERE]
Chicago: Ed. Bühler’s Buchhandlung, 1869. paperback. Item #42221
1st edition. Later Paper Wrappers, 12mo 26 pages. 22cm. In German. TItle translates as “A Critique of Christian Missionary Activities, in Particular the ‘Jewish Mission.’”Singerman 2126. Rabbi Bernard Felsenthal here pushes back against Christian attempts to conver Jews to Christianity. A prominent Reform rabbi, Felsenthal (1822-1908) was born in Bavaria and ordained in America by David Einhorn. He served the Zion-Gemeinde of Chicago from its formation in 1864. Felsenthal was among the first American Reform leaders to favor participation in the Zionist Congress at Basel in 1897 against overwhelming opposition from his Reform colleaguesSUBJECT(S)Descriptor:Missions to Jews. Christianity and other religions -- Judaism. Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity. Proselytizing -- Illinois -- Chicago. Missions aupre`s des Juifs. Christianisme -- Relations -- Judai¨sme. Judai¨sme -- Relations -- Christianisme. Prose´lytisme -- Illinois -- Chicago. Christianity. Interfaith relations. Judaism. Missions to Jews. Proselytizing. Missions to Jews OCLC: 475232105. Jewish institutional blind stamp and small number on title page, paper shows some waviness from old damp. Archival repair to inner margin of title page, Good Condition (AMR-67-9-DRXBGG-’lef).