What did Christianity Lose When it Parted from Judaism?
By: James D.G. Dunn
Lightfoot Professor, Department of Theology, University of Durham, England.
Jewish-Christian Dialogue: One Woman’s Experience
Mary C. Boys
Professor of Practical Theology, Union Theological Seminary New York City
Excerpted from Mary C. Boys, Jewish-Christian Dialogue: One Woman’s Experience, New York: Paulist, 1997…
No Jews or Christians in the Bible
Dr. John J. Pilch
Professor of Scripture, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
The Hebrew word, Yehudim, and the Greek word, Ioudaioi, should be properly translated in Judean. The contemporary English word, Jew, is not appropriate…
A Sacred Obligation: Rethinking Christian Faith in Relation to Judaism and the Jewish People
A STATEMENT BY THE CHRISTIAN SCHOLARS GROUP
Since its inception in 1969, the Christian Scholars Group has been seeking to develop more adequate Christian theologies of the…
Anti-Judaism and Anti-Semitism
Adapted from Shaye J. D. Cohen, From the Maccabees to the Mishnah (Philadelphia: Westminster, 1986j pp. 46- 48. Reprinted by permission.
Cohen is Professor of Jewish History at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City.)…
Demonization and Polemic
Anthony J. Saldarini (R.I.P.) Professor of Theologyoston College, Massachusetts
Polemical and apologetic tirades have a long and “respectable” history and seem to be a permanent aspect of human society and …