New texts:


- Reuven Firestone: A Phenomenology of Monotheism in Relationship: Jews, Christians and Muslims. Article
- Ron Kronish: Fasting on Yom Kippur for Social Justice and Peace. Article
- JCR: TThe European Muslim Jewish Leadership Council about Parliamentary elections in Germany, 24th September 2017. Report
- Lisa Palmieri-Billig: Orthodox Judaism and the Catholic Church, celebrating a new milestone in Catholic-Jewish relations. Report
- Pope Francis: "We have a special responsibility to be and to live as people of peace". Statement
- Joseph Tabory: Confronting God in Rabbinic Judaism. Book review


- “Make Friends Across Religions” World’s Most Prominent Religious Leaders Make Historical Joint Appeal to Everyone. Article
- Rabbi Abraham Skorka: The Relevance of Tradition and Change for Interreligious Dialogue: A Jewish Perspective. Article
- Philip A. Cunningham: Some brief remarks on the overall direction of Christian-Jewish relations and the mission of the ICCJ. Article
- Nike Snijders: The Seelisberg Legacy and Education. Article
- Anette Adelmann: Commemorating the Seelisberg Conference 1947. Article
- A Statement from Christian Ethicists Without Borders on White Supremacy and Racism. Statement signed by over 780 concerned Christian ethicists and theologians. Report
- Murray Watson: ICCJ 2017 Conference in Bonn, Germany. Report
- Anette Adelmann: The ICCJ welcomes a new President and a new Executive Board. Report

Le retour du juif errant

Peter Colwell* | 01.10.2017

Le dialogue judéo-chrétien est confronté aujourd’hui à deux impératifs de justice inéluctables : combattre un antisémitisme chrétien profondément enraciné et défendre la cause des Palestiniens. Pourquoi peine-t-il à sortir de ce dilemme? Cette impasse tient en partie à l’absence d’appréciation théologique chrétienne adéquate des implications d’Israël comme réalité politique contemporaine et comme notion herméneutique et théologique. ... [more]

Le don de l’amour

Eva KUPER* | 01.10.2017

Échappée de justesse à un convoi en partance pour le camp de Treblinka, Eva Kuper a été cachée jusqu’à la fin de la guerre dans un couvent où elle a été prise en charge par une religieuse qu’elle a retrouvée 60 ans plus tard. ... [more]


El legado de Seelisberg y la Educación

Nike Snijders | 01.10.2017

Este año es el 70º aniversario de la Conferencia de Emergencia sobre Antisemitismo de Seelisberg. En 1947, se estableció allí gran parte del marco inicial para el diálogo interreligioso internacional entre cristianos y judíos. … [more]

Fasting on Yom Kippur for Social Justice and Peace

Ron Kronish | 01.10.2017

Fasting on Yom Kippur is widespread for Jews in Israel and around the world, even for those who are not necessarily generally observant. Yet, it is often done out of habit or from a sense of Jewish solidarity, since millions of Jews gather in synagogues around the world on this day to express their identification with the Jewish people, in ways that are often inexplicable and even somewhat irrational. … [more]


„Nicht weniger, sondern mehr Dialog“

Bischof Georg Bätzing | 01.10.2017

Statement von Bischof Dr. Georg Bätzing, Vorsitzender der Unterkommission für den Interreligiösen Dialog der Deutschen Bischofskonferenz, im Pressegespräch zum Thema „Chancen und Grenzen des Dialogs: Zur Diskussion zwischen Kirche und Islam“ am 26. September 2017 in Fulda zur Herbst-Vollversammlung der DBK.[more]

The Relevance of Tradition and Change for Interreligious Dialogue: A Jewish Perspective

Rabbi Abraham Skorka | 01.09.2017

Address given during the opening event of ICCJ's annual conference, Bonn, Germany, July 2, 2017.[more]

The Seelisberg Legacy and Education

Nike Snijders | 01.09.2017

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Seelisberg Emergency Conference on Antisemitism. In 1947, much of the initial framework for international interreligious dialogue between Christians and Jews was established. … [more]


Архиепископ Антоний (Храповицкий) и евреи

Максим Хижий | 01.10.2017


A Phenomenology of Monotheism in Relationship: Jews, Christians and Muslims

Reuven Firestone | 01.10.2017

Subsequent another contribution of a series of articles (see: part one, part two , part three) that features a dozen Christian and Jewish theologians reflecting on the state of Jewish-Christian relations today and whether there exists a “special relationship” between the two religious traditions. The articles were first published in CURRENT DIALOGUE No. 58, 2016, edited by the World Council of Churches and are republished with kind permission.
JCR … [more]

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„Ewige Hauptstadt Israels“

Jerusalem in Geschichte, Theologie und Ideologie. ... [more]