John Paul II and the Jewish People: A Christian-Jewish Dialogueby David G. Dalin
The twentieth century will forever be marked by the horrific event of the Shoah, which the future John Paul II witnessed during the Nazi occupation of Poland. This book reflects upon his achievements in improving relations between the Catholic Church and the Jewish people and continues the theological and philosophical dialogue that he cherished. As Dostoevsky warned before the horrors of the twentieth century: "without God, anything is permitted." Following John Paul II, we discover that our search for meaning and truth is one that needs to be undertaken arm in arm.
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Meet the Author
David G. Dalin is an ordained rabbi and professor of history and politics at Ave Maria University in Florida. Matthew Levering is associate professor of theology at Ave Maria University in Florida.
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