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Virtual Three-Part Mini-Course

"A Stranger to My Brothers": Who and What Were Apostates in Ancient Judaism

Taught by Avraham Yoskovich,

The Jerome and Lorraine Aresty Visiting Scholar


Wednesdays: January 25; February 1 & 8;

7:00 p.m.8:00 p.m.


Free and Open to the Public



Trace the steps of people who were considered apostates—those who renounced their religious beliefs—in Rabbinic and other Jewish literature. What did this title mean? Did they, in fact, exist? Sources from the first millennium until 1000 CE shed light on both the reality and mythology of apostates as well as the changing meaning of this designation.


Image: Gold Solidus of Julian the Apostate, Sirmium