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Fate decreed that a certain Christian writer, Johann Andreas Eisenmenger, should have arisen...and concentrated the tradition of medieval anti-Jewish doctrines in his great work...His book was impressive on account of its size...and its tremendous erudition. Eisenmenger was well-versed in Hebrew, Aramaic and Arabic...In short, Eisenmenger was acquainted with all the literature a Jewish scholar of standing would have known. He had learned to use these books partly through contacts with Jewish scholars in Frankfort and Amsterdam...However, Eisenmenger surpassed his predecessors in his mastery of the sources and his ability to interpret them...Jacob Katz, From Prejudice to Destruction: Anti-Semitism, 1700-1933
Christian scholars used their immense, sometimes phenomenal learning to warn their brethren about the rising Jewish peril...as a whole, Wagenseil's collection was not comparable to the revelations in the volumes of Johann Andreas Eisenmenger...one of the most persistent gatherers of anti-Christian texts... --Frank Manuel --The Broken Staff: Judaism Through Christian Eyes
Haven't read the whole book yet as it is huge. It is a little hard to understand at first. Need to finish it.Published 12 months ago by Annie
There's a free dl pdf version digitized on archive dot org. Books published before the late 1920's are OFF copyright and public domain so simply search the web for them and in most... Read morePublished 17 months ago by AeroEngineer
this is truly one of the best books about subject. This book was banned in the austrian empire by the Hapsburg Emperor Leopold I because he was influenced/bribed by the leading... Read morePublished on October 9, 2013 by READER1
This book is a wealth of information. And although it is a photocopy of the original 1748 edition, and for that reason is a little hard to read it is well worth the effort if you... Read morePublished on February 2, 2013 by attheburningbush
Eisenmenger here collects the same false arguments used by Pranaitis, Laible (who lists this work as one of his sources) and Herford in later times. Read morePublished on November 25, 2012 by Patricia Heil
It should have been called - The Traditions of the Fake Israelites calling themselves Jews. Identity theft via, reification contrivance, word definition conflation and subsequent... Read morePublished on July 17, 2011 by Latimer the Rabbit