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Judaizers

 

(in Russian, zhidovstvuiushchie), the Orthodox Church’s name for one of the heresies in Russia in the second half of the 15th and early 16th century. The term is not used in Soviet historical science.

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The Judaizers did not get into the logic of the Cross (Galatians 6: 12), because they do not want to kill their own "selves," their way of looking at the law and the world.
Among Dubois's examples, John Chrysostom's Homilies against the Judaizers (against non-Jews who obey non-Christian Judaic practices) and Khrapovitsky's Sermon against the Pogroms (against mob attacks on Jews) would naturally emphasize opposite attitudes, even if they shared the same perspective on those questions.
When Christians see a Christian loving the world too much, they call him a Jew or a Judaizer.
Furthering the idea of a hybrid religion, Silvia Hamui Sutton shows that in the context of early seventeenth-century New Spain female crypto-Jews were paid to realize fasts for wealthy male and female judaizers.
Regarding the elusive "Novgorod Heretics," as they were usually called in earlier times, Alekseev stands squarely in the camp that classes them as genuine Judaizers (zhidavstvuiushchie), as they came to be called on account of the accusations against them.
While not Judaizers, these reformers were "different Christians" whose creative religious discontent meshed nicely with Erasmus's critique of external religiosity.
One such group of "The Other Within" are those one might describe as contradictory Marranos, or Judaizers, whose dual identity had assumed diverse forms--one in which they desired to retain their Jewishness, though in secret, and thus had not truly assimilated into the Christian community.
Nicholas began to implement this policy in 1826, when he decreed that Dukhobors among the Don Cossacks should be forcibly settled in military colonies in the Caucasus, and on October 20, 1830, he extended this policy to include all of the "most dangerous" heretics: "Dukhobors, iconoclasts, Molokans, judaizers, and other heresies recognized as especially harmful.
The Kievan Jew Zacharia and the Astronomical Works of the Judaizers.
Second, if the medieval habit was to imagine the Muslims as Judaizers and to compare them to the Jews, from the Renaissance on the tendency was on the increase to imagine the Jews on the pattern of what was becoming known of the Muslims.
The best way to gain some understanding about the motivations of Jewish martyrs from Iberian lands, Bodian decided, was to find well-documented cases of "dogmatista" Judaizers.
But if any shall be found to be judaizers, let them be anathema from Christ.