Evangelical-Jewish Relations in the 1990s

By A. James Rudin

American Jewish Committee (AJC), February 1990

This reflection focuses on the new developments in the relationship between Jews and Evangelical Christians. It discusses issues that have brought the two communities together, such as the situation of religious communities in the Soviet Union and the desire to maintain the separation of church and state. It also confronts areas in need of work, particularly the need for a robust theology of religious pluralism that embraces an appreciation of Judaism and the Jewish people.

Topic: Jewish-Christian Relations, Former Soviet Union (FSU), Narrative, Interfaith Relations

Page Number(s): 1--8

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Genre: Report

Coverage: United States

Language: English

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Rudin, A. James. Evangelical-Jewish Relations in the 1990s. American Jewish Committee (AJC). February 1990: 1--8. http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=13820


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