Jews and Anti-Judaism in Esther and the Church
by Tricia Miller
A careful study of the book of Esther and its anti-Jewish interpretations in the Church. By placing the book of Esther in the context of politics and hermeneutics that are filled with Jewish resistance to attempted genocide, Tricia Miller addresses the history of Christian anti-Judaism, the errors of replacement theology and anti-Zionism as the new anti-Judaism. It addresses the encouraging pattern of cooperation and support between Christians and Jews that developed over recent times.
Jack Carter, The American Journal of Biblical Theology
Chosen as their Book of the Month for July 2015!