How not to have a conversation between faiths.
They fear not outsiders, but those within their own communities.
“We look forward to hearing your paper on why the gods must be fed the blood of sacrificial victims.”
Joseph Soloveitchik’s “Confrontation.”
Anti-Semitism, Israel, and the Holocaust must be part of the equation.
Reflections on Nostra Aetate at 50.
Jonathan Sacks, chief rabbi emeritus of the United Kingdom, argues that the biblical idea of marriage (and love) is a contribution as important as monotheism. . .
Dialogue among religions has become a cottage industry. It has its virtues, but also its limits; some things can’t be easily synthesized, and shouldn’t be.
Striving for a new theology to account for restored Jewish sovereignty, a Catholic priest ended by condemning Israel as fervently as he had admired it.
The work of Richard John Neuhaus, who died five years ago this week, offers sound guidance for friendship between Christians and Jews, and reminds them. . .
The Vatican’s refusal to grant a church funeral to Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke is emblematic of its growing rapprochement with Jews and with. . .
The disputation in Barcelona 750 years ago between the one-time Jew Pablo Christiani and Rabbi Moses ben Nahman may have marked the first use of. . .