In time for Pope Francis's new initiatives. We now have the potential to end two thousand years of hostility--will we succeed? New in paperback
With keen wisdom and a masterful understanding of history, Rabbi James Rudin, an acclaimed authority in the field of Jewish-Christian relations, provides the context necessary for Christians and Jews to recognize the critical challenges posed by the past--and the future--of their two religions.
Spanning twenty centuries of controversy, horror and promise, Rudin's narrative examines:
- The sources of both conflict and commonality between the two religions
- The need to address and redress past wrongs
- The agenda required to create a shared future free of bigotry
It includes proven approaches for successful interreligious dialogues, including tips on session organization, project ideas and a discussion guide to enhance Christians' and Jews' knowledge of each other.