The Jewish-Christian Dialogue: Foundations, Progress, Difficulties and Perspectives

Kasper, Walter | 31.12.2001

The President of the Vatican's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews surveys Catholic-Jewish relations since Nostra Aetate and prospects for the future. See also Response by Rabbi Dr. Ron Kronish. … [more]

Response to Cardinal Walter Kasper's Lecture

Kronish, Ron | 31.12.2001

Rabbi Dr. Ron Kronish (Jerusalem) responds to Cardinal Walter Kasper's address at the Israel Museum. Jerusalem, 21 November, 2001 … [more]

Jews and Christians: Making Theological Space for Each Other

Shepherd, Margaret

Sr. Margaret Shepherd, Director of the Council of Christians and Jews, London (UK), examines some of the theological issues that have arisen in the Jewish-Christian encounter in recent decades. … [more]

A Family Tree of the Churches. A graphic, showing the major branches of the Christian Church

Voll, Fritz

A rough and graphic overview of the historical origins of the diverse denominations or confessions of the Christian Church. … [more]

Video: Jews and Christians: A Journey of Faith

Jewish and Christian Scholars

A Video featuring interviews with leading scholars and activists in the field. … [more]

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The 16th National Workshop on Christian-Jewish Relations

National Workshop on Christian-Jewish Relations in 2006 - Background, logo and report … [more]

The Passion of the Jew Jesus

The Passion of the Jew Jesus. Recommended Changes in the Oberammergau Passion Play after 1984 … [more]

Jews and Catholics: From Fear to Friendship

A video chronicling the importance of Nostra aetate as a watershed event, as seen from the perspective of Reform Judaism. … [more]

The Parting of the Ways

Amos, Anne

The split between Judaism and Christianity was gradual and happened at different rates in different places. There is remarkably little agreement among scholars as to what precisely caused the rift and estimates vary about the date, from the middle of the first century CE to the middle of the fourth CE. … [more]

Responses to Jesus

Anderson, Robert

The Jewish 'no' and the Christian 'yes' to Jesus are both valid responses to the church's proclamation that centers upon Jesus of Nazareth. Though such an assertion may surprise some and disturb others, it is no less than the logical outcome of the increasing number of individual church and ecumenical statements that have appeared during the past three or four decades. … [more]