The God of Israel and Christian Theology. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 1996

Pp. 195, paper. This study is a serious theological attempt to overcome the traditional supersessionist doctrine that presented the church as the new Israel, the successor of the old. After examining in detail Justin and Irenaeus, the author turns to Kant and Schleiermacher in whose interpretation of Christianity the faith of ancient Israel no longer has any place at all. In the second part of this interesting book, the author offers a new and original reading of the scriptures.