This probing examination of Christian-Jewish relations looks at the major issues facing both faith communities to guarantee that recent hard-earned achievements, constructive relationships and mutual respect will not be lost in the tumultuous years ahead.
Without compromising Jewish identity or encouraging any traditional Jewish stereotypes of the New Testament, offers an enlightened view of Christian beliefs and encourages readers to acknowledge their common humanity with people of all religions.
A probing interfaith dialogue that traces the Jewish-Christian schism to its very source. Shows how Judaism became Christianity's foil and offers fresh retellings of foundational Christian texts to present a better future between the two faith traditions.
Exploring Theological Differences for Mutual Understanding
6 x 9, 192 pp
Explains why Jesus is of interest to Jews and drives home an important lesson of our time—that Christians and Jews can be worlds apart theologically, but also very close in mutual understanding and cooperation toward desirable human goals.
Offers a guide for members of any faith tradition who want to move beyond the rhetoric of interfaith dialogue and into the demanding yet richly rewarding work of developing new understandings of the religious other—and of one's own tradition.