Jewish-Christian Relations

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Dean Bell

  • Luther and the Jews
  • Jewish-Christian Relations

David J. Biale

  • Blood and Belief: the Circulation of a Symbol Between Jews and Christians

Ra’anan Boustan

  • When the Empire Became Christian: The Impact of Christianization on Jewish Life in Antiquity

David G. Dalin

  • Pope John XXIII, the Second Vatican Council, and the Jews
  • Pope John Paul II and the Jews

Steven Fine

  • New Evidence for the Jewish-Christian Split from Asia Minor

Reuven Firestone

  • Jews Under Christendom, Jews Under Islam
  • The Problem of ‘Chosenness’ in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  • Who Are the (Real) Chosen People?: The Meaning of Chosenness in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Richard Kalmin

  • Zechariah and the Bubbling Blood: Jewish-Christian Interactions in Antiquity

Ruth Langer

  • Challenges and Parameters of Interreligious Prayer
  • Christian-Jewish Relations Fifty Years After Nostra Aetate

Amy-Jill Levine

  • Jesus, Judaism, and Jewish-Christian Relations
  • Jesus’ Parables in their Jewish Context.
  • Agreeing to Disagree: How Jews and Christians Read Scripture Differently
  • The Common Mistakes Jews and Christians Make about Each Other

Sara Lipton

  • Jewish-Christian Relations in the High Middle Ages

David R. Ruderman

  • Jewish-Christian Interactions in the Early Modern and Modern Period

Jeffrey Shoulson

  • How Jews and Christian Translate the Bible, and Why Those Differences Matter

Benjamin D. Sommer

  • Why American Jews (and Catholics) Are All Protestants

Magda Teter

  • Jewish-Catholic Relations: Continuity and Change in the Vatican II Declaration “Nostra Aetate”
  • Jewish-Catholic Dialogue in Post-War Poland
  • Jews and the Catholic Church