'The Prohibition of Idolatry: Source of Humanity or Source of Violence? Early Jewish and Christian Perspectives on the Prohibition of Images: a Hermeneutic Approach'

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDesirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities
    EditorsR. Burggraeve
    Place of PublicationLeuven
    PublisherLeuven
    Pages39-60
    Publication statusPublished - 2003

    Publication series

    NameDesirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities

    Cite this

    Poorthuis, M. J. H. M. (2003). 'The Prohibition of Idolatry: Source of Humanity or Source of Violence? Early Jewish and Christian Perspectives on the Prohibition of Images: a Hermeneutic Approach'. In R. Burggraeve (Ed.), Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities (pp. 39-60). (Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities). Leuven: Leuven.
    Poorthuis, M.J.H.M. / 'The Prohibition of Idolatry: Source of Humanity or Source of Violence? Early Jewish and Christian Perspectives on the Prohibition of Images: a Hermeneutic Approach'. Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities. editor / R. Burggraeve. Leuven : Leuven, 2003. pp. 39-60 (Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities).
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    Poorthuis, MJHM 2003, 'The Prohibition of Idolatry: Source of Humanity or Source of Violence? Early Jewish and Christian Perspectives on the Prohibition of Images: a Hermeneutic Approach'. in R Burggraeve (ed.), Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities. Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities, Leuven, Leuven, pp. 39-60.

    'The Prohibition of Idolatry: Source of Humanity or Source of Violence? Early Jewish and Christian Perspectives on the Prohibition of Images: a Hermeneutic Approach'. / Poorthuis, M.J.H.M.

    Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities. ed. / R. Burggraeve. Leuven : Leuven, 2003. p. 39-60 (Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities).

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    Poorthuis MJHM. 'The Prohibition of Idolatry: Source of Humanity or Source of Violence? Early Jewish and Christian Perspectives on the Prohibition of Images: a Hermeneutic Approach'. In Burggraeve R, editor, Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities. Leuven: Leuven. 2003. p. 39-60. (Desirable God? Our Fascination with Images, Idols and New Deities).