Bekhor Shor, Joseph ben Isaac (Joseph Bekhor Shor)


Bekhor Shor, Joseph ben Isaac (Joseph Bekhor Shor)
(fl. 12th cent)
   French scholar. He lived in Orleans. His commentary on the Torah was based on a literal and rationalistic understanding of the text. He opposed the allegorization of the commandments, and the christological interpretation of Scripture.

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