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The Scattered Nation

The Scattered Nation was a London-based magazine on Christianity addressed to Jews, and to Christians interested in Judaism. It was founded and initially edited by Carl Schwartz, a convert from Judaism to Christianity.

Publication History

The Scattered Nation began in 1866. The first 5 volumes bear Schwartz's name and the title "The Scattered Nation: Past, Present and Future". A 6th volume, published in 1871 after Schwartz's death, was titled "The Scattered Nation and Jewish Christian Magazine". The editor's note in the last issue of that volume suggests the magazine did not continue further.

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