Jewish and gentile dating
The original meaning of "clan" or "family" was extended in post-Augustan Latin to acquire the wider meaning of belonging to a distinct nation or ethnicity.
Later still, the word came to refer to other nations, 'not a Roman citizen'.
He believed that in messianic time only the heathen will be subject to death.
Hezekiah ben Hiyya believed that treating gentiles with hospitality results in the exile of the children.
Simeon ben Eleazar does not favor social interaction between Jews and gentiles.
Hananiah bar Hama wrote about the extreme immoralities perpetrated by gentiles.
The most important of such Hebrew words was goyim (singular, goy), a term with the broad meaning of "peoples" or "nations" which was sometimes used to refer to Israelites, but most commonly as a generic label for peoples.
The books of Ruth and Jonah reject the racialization of the Israelite religion by Ezra.
Rabbinical writings often show more hostility towards gentiles due to frequent persecution of the Jews by these nations.
He further believed that gentiles have no share in the world to come.
Other rabbis show a more positive attitude towards the gentiles.Joshua ben Hananiah believed that there are righteous men amongst the gentiles who will enter the world to come.