Instead, it is more likely that the Bible forbids interest out of a sense of brotherhood, as suggested by Edwin Neufeld ("The Prohibition Against Loans at Interest in Ancient Hebrew Laws," Hebrew Union College Annual 26 : 355-112; he is referred to by Baker, 262), and Benjamin Nelson (The Idea of Usury: From Tribal Brotherhood to Universal Otherhood, 2d ed.
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HUCA stands for Hebrew Union College Annual (journal)
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He notes, but does not really take to heart, the challenges to this picture of Yavneh and specifically anti-Christian activities by scholars like Shaye Cohen ("Yavneh Revisited: Pharisees, Rabbis, and the End of Jewish Sectarianism," Hebrew Union College Annual 55 : 27-53) and Reuven Kimelman ("Birkat ha Minim and the Lack of Evidence for an Anti-Christian Jewish Prayer in Late Antiquity," in Jewish and Christian Self-Definition [Philadelphia: Fortress, 1981] 2: 226-44).
These studies first appeared in such journals as Hebrew Studies, Hebrew Union College Annual, and the Journal of Reform Judaism.