The publication of Defining New Christian/Jewish Dialogue marks a new milestone in the maturation of Jewish/Christian relations, particularly in light of the challenges surrounding the biblical texts of the New Testament. In a persistent aim to rectify the chronicled state of miseducation, the American Interfaith Institute commits itself to the removal of iniquitous language by calling publishers of the Bible to task in removing unfounded anti-Jewish language and sentiment from specific passages of the New Testament. The chapters in this book represent an update to this ongoing work and also serve as an inspiring model for resolution, acceptance, and celebration between the two faiths. Bringing together the most distinguished voices in Jewish/Christian dialogue, this book is a tool for leadership and a prophetic vision for peaceful conversation among religions.
|Publisher:||Crossroad Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Irvin J. Borowsky is the founder/chairman of the American Interfaith Institute. For over two decades, the Institute has been a leader in building relationships among Americans of all faiths and defusing bigotry and anti-Semitism within a framework of research, international symposia, and educational initiatives. The editor and publisher of over eighteen books and thirty-one special reports, Mr. Borowsky is also the founder and chairman of the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia, whose exhibitions and programs are seen by over sixty thousand visitors annually.