The Jew and Human Sacrifice


By Hermann Strack. published in 1891

Categories: , , Tag:


Every year, especially about Easter-time, there is a revival of the accusation that the Jews, or, if not all the Jews, certain Jews, make use of the blood of Christians for purposes of ritual. The charge is bound to be often repeated, so long as the replies to it are limited to the contradiction and exposure of the falsity of the reasons brought forward. That is why I discuss the accusation in connection with the significance of blood as regards religious belief, and particularly as regards the superstitions of humanity at large.

Customers' review

5 stars 0
4 stars 0
3 stars 0
2 stars 0
1 star 0


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “The Jew and Human Sacrifice”