Healing the Jewish-Christian Rift: Growing Beyond Our Wounded History

Healing the Jewish-Christian Rift: Growing Beyond Our Wounded History

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ISBN-13: 9781594735332
Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
Publication date: 04/04/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Laura Bernstein, a Jewish scholar, is active in interfaith ministry. She has published articles and essays on spiritual practice, led interfaith groups in sacred chant and meditation, and spent five years in rabbinical studies at the Hebrew Seminary of the Deaf in Skokie, Illinois.


Ron Miller is the chair of the Religion Department at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois, where he has taught for thirty years, and co-founder of Common Ground, an adult education group for interfaith religious study and dialogue since 1975. Miller is the author of many books and articles, including The Gospel of Thomas: A Guidebook for Spiritual Practice, named one of Spirituality&Health's 50 Best Spiritual Books of the year; The Hidden Gospel of Matthew: Annotated&Explained and Healing the Jewish-Christian Rift: Growing Beyond Our Wounded History (all SkyLight Paths). His website is www.ronmillersworld.org.


Dr. Beatrice Bruteau has pioneered the integrated study of science, mathematics, philosophy, and religion. She is the editor and author of many books, including Jesus Through Jewish Eyes and The Holy Thursday Revolution.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Dr. Beatrice Bruteau
"All Will Be Well," by Laura Bernstein
Introduction

1 What Is a Messiah?
2 A Miraculous Birth?
3 A Homicidal Jewish King
4 A Maverick Mentor
5 The Message and the Messenger
6 A Program for Jewish Renewal
7 A Master of Metaphor
8 Continuity and Discontinuity
9 Anger, Adultery, and Divorce
10 Opposing Evil without Emulating It
11 The Most Challenging Practice
12 The Lord's Prayer
13 True Treasure, True Vision, and True Worth
14 A Golden Rule and a Narrow Path
15 Teaching with Authority and Healing
16 Those Wonderful Romans!
17 Redeemer or Reminder?
18 Sin as Paralysis
19 The Wrong Sort of People
20 How New Is This Wine?
21 Good News?
22 Enemies at the Door
23 A Challenging Kind of Peace
24 Mixed Messages
25 Jeshu the Lawbreaker?
26 Those Terrible Pharisees!
27 Jews Seek Signs
28 What Makes Us Unclean?
29 Identity Issues
30 Jeshu the Rabble-Rouser?
31 Jews as Rotten Tenants
32 A Damning Diatribe
33 Christianity’s Greatest Lie
34 A Final Meal
35 The Unbearable Curse
36 Worse Than Liars

Invitation to the Reader
Notes
Suggestions for Further Reading

What People are Saying About This

John T. Pawlikowski

"Offers us sensitive reflections on key religious texts that have produced pain and separation in the past, and shows us a way through these texts to a more wholesome and productive encounter between the two faith communities. A welcome addition to the dialogue on Christian-Jewish relations."
OSM, PhD, director, Catholic-Jewish Studies Program Catholic Theological Union, Chicago; president, International Council of Christians and Jews

Alan Race

"Startling in its innovative approach... shatters the mold of most approaches to Gospel commentary. It imaginatively yokes together historical scholarship, literary freshness and commitment to interreligious dialogue-all with a spiritual energy that is unnervingly evocative for our turbulent times."
editor in chief, Interreligious Insight: A Journal of Dialogue and Engagement

Rami Shapiro

"Excellent and insightful... a fresh and dynamic model for Jewish-Christian collaboration. This book is going to open minds and, more important, change hearts."
Rabbi, author of The Divine Feminine in Biblical Wisdom Literature: Selections Annotated and Explained

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