(Text as at 18/12/2010 19:58:05)
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I had presumed Aher to be a reification of the Hebrew for “Another”, as in the Talmudic disputations where “… another said …” such and such, usually some dodgy interpretation that no-one respectable would hold. In fact, a quick Google has indicated that, while the etymology is correct, it’s likely to be a reference to a real Jewish heretic, Elisha ben Abuyah (Jewish-Christian Relations: Aher (Elisha ben Abuyah) and Jesus). If you follow this link you’ll find an interesting, though not very sound, article from a journal of Jewish-Christian relations.
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