Jewish-Christian Dialogue Today

By Yehudah Mirsky

Tikvah Fund, February 21, 2011

How do today's Jews and Christians encounter one another? The most obvious way is in the countless interactions of Jewish and Christian colleagues and  acquaintances in a host of daily settings, including exchanges on their respective religious attitudes and experiences. More specifically, there are the ties of many evangelical and other Christian groups with the state of Israel. Then there are the formal and by-now common meetings between clergy of the two religious traditions, as well as higher-level institutional ties that resemble a kind of ongoing ecclesiastical diplomacy. There are also collaborations and/or friendly debates among communal representatives on issues of shared concern.

Topic: Theology, Conferences and Meetings, Jewish-Christian Relations, Meetings and Conferences, Christianity, Discourse and Dialogue

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Coverage: Israel

Language: English

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