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Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Struggle for Christian-Jewish Reconciliation

Moses, John | 31.08.2007

John Moses, an Australian scholar of modern German history, traces the development of German Protestant theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer's views on the Jews and Judaism. … [more]

Leo Baeck's Criticism of Martin Luther and its Purpose in a Search for Jewish Identity

Homolka, Walter | 31.01.2007

Rabbi Walter Homolka, principal of the Abraham Geiger College at the University of Potsdam, Germany, examines how Leo Baeck’s analysis of Luther relates to his basic distinction between “romantic” and “classical” types of religion, and discusses Baeck’s significance for the current Jewish-Christian dialogue. … [more]

Humility: The Ethic of Faith

Joseph, Rabbi Howard S. | 30.11.2006

Rabbi Howard S. Joseph of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue, Montreal, explores the implications of the virtue of humility for one's attitude toward other faiths. … [more]

Stars in the Night:  Abraham Geiger and Leo Baeck as Precursors of Jewish-Catholic Dialogue

Lehmann, Karl Cardinal | 31.10.2006

Karl Cardinal Lehmann, President of the German Catholic Bishops' Conference, reviews recent developments in the Christian-Jewish dialogue and explores its indebtedness to two leading figures in Reform Judaism in Germany, Abraham Geiger and Leo Baeck. … [more]

Conscience Perspectives: The Roman Catholic View

Brennan, Frank, S.J. | 31.08.2006

Part of a trilogy on 'conscience' from diverse perspectives published in Gesher, the journal of the Council of Christians and Jews, Victoria, Australia.  See also Rabbi Fred Morgan and Jack Opie[more]

Conscience: A Jewish Perspective

Morgan, Fred | 31.08.2006

Part of a trilogy on 'conscience' from diverse perspectives published in Gesher, the journal of the Council of Christians and Jews, Victoria, Australia.  See also Frank Brennan, S.J. and Jack Opie. … [more]

Conscience: A Survey Of Writers’ Perceptions

Opie, Jack | 31.08.2006

Part of a trilogy on 'conscience' from diverse perspectives published in Gesher, the journal of the Council of Christians and Jews, Victoria, Australia.  See also Frank Brennan, S.J. and Rabbi Fred Morgan[more]

Land and Covenant: The Religious Significance of the State of Israel

Korn, Eugene | 31.07.2006

In his address at the 2005 International Conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews, Rabbi Eugene Korn of the American Jewish Congress explores the biblical teaching on relation of land and covenant and its implications for the role of State of Israel, which he sees as "a return of Judaism to the body and the people to the political responsibilities of the covenant." … [more]

Theology of the Land in Judaism and Its Implications for Jewish-Christian Relations

Kessler, Edward | 31.07.2006

Edward Kessler, Executive Director of the Centre for the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations in Cambridge, England, explores the impact of the emergence of the modern State of Israel on both Jewish and Christian conceptions of the relation of land and covenant.  An address at the 2005 International Conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews. … [more]

Suffering: Challenge to Faith, Challenge to God

Eckardt, Alice L. | 31.01.2006

Alice L. Eckardt, Professor Emerita of Religion Studies at Lehigh University (U.S.A.), offers a review and analysis of Christian and Jewish reflections on human suffering, especially in the aftermath of the Holocaust. … [more]