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2023-01-02

New articles are available on JCRelations.net: January edition online

Highlights:
- English - Ervin Budiselić: The Importance of the Jewishness of Jesus for Interpreting the Gospels. Article
- English - Joseph Tulloch: Pope: May Jews and Christians continue to grow in friendship. Reports
- English - Allison P. Coudert: A Blessing to Each Other. A New Account of Jewish and Christian Relations. Book review
- German - Robert Jütte: Gesundheit im Judenum. Artikel
- German - Pro Oirente: Christlich-jüdisches Dialogforum tagte in Wien. Bericht
- German - Wilhelm Schwendemann: Wie das Christentum entstand. Rezension
- French - Amy-Jill Levine: Le supersessionnisme: l’admettre et s’en occuper plutôt que d’en débattre ou de le nier. Contributions d’experts
- Spanish - Séptimo Congreso de los Líderes de Religiones Mundiales y Tradicionales. Noticias
- Russian - Юрий Табак: Антисемитизм как объективная историческая закономерность. Статьи

Boston - Open Street Map

2023-06-18

ICCJ 2023 Conference: Negotiating Multiple Identities

Preparations for ICCJ's 2023 annual conference to be held in Boston/USA, June 18-21, are under way. The theme of the conference is "Negotiating Multiple Identities: Implications for Interreligious Relations"

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2022-12-15

Call for Workshop Proposals: ICCJ Conference 2023

The ICCJ invites proposals for workshops for its 2023 annual conference to be held in Boston/USA, June 18-21 on the topic "Negotiating Multiple Identities: Implications for Interreligious Relations"

Papież: żydzi i chrześcijanie są braćmi, dziećmi jednego Ojca

2022-12-12

Papież: Żydzi i chrześcijanie są braćmi, dziećmi jednego Ojca

Żydzi i chrześcijanie są braćmi, dziećmi jednego Ojca – przypomniał papież Franciszek podczas audiencji dla członków organizacji Przyjaźń Żydowsko-Chrześcijańska we Francji (AJCF) w 75. rocznicę jej powstania. Odwołuje się do międzynarodowej konferencji w sprawie zwalczania antysemityzmu, jaka obradowała od 20 lipca do 5 sierpnia 1947 roku w Seelisbergu w Szwajcarii z inicjatywy Międzynarodowej Rady Chrześcijan i Żydów.

Jewish-Christian Relations

2022-12-04

December: new articles are available on JCRelations.net

Highlights:

  • English - Adele Reinhartz: “Children of the Devil”: John 8:44 and its Early Reception. Article
  • German - Jens-Christian Maschmeier: Erwählung und Errettung Israels in Röm 9-11. Artikel
  • French - Église Évangélique Luthérienne d’Amérique: «Prêcher et enseigner avec amour et respect pour le peuple juif».. Déclarations
  • Spanish - - Gerardo José Söding: 84° Aniversario del Pogrom de 1938 - La “Noche de los Cristales Rotos”. Articulos
  • Russian - Игорь Ковалевский: Иудео-христианский диалог в Католической церкви.. Статьи
  • Seelisberg - conference venue 1947

    2022-08-05

    Special Edition "Seelisberg@75", No.10

    To mark the 75th anniversary of the Seelisberg Conference and ICCJ's foundation, special editions of the ICCJ newsletter will be sent out every two weeks till the 5th of August each with a pair of short essays reflecting "Seelisberg".
    A regularly updated ICCJ website offers the collection of the "Seelisberg Reflections", pictures, videos, documents, and more ...
    The reflections have been submitted by a diverse group of authors, including theologians, clergy, academics and dialogue activists representing different regions of the world, religious affiliations, genders and ages. Their diversity mirrors the character of the ICCJ and its member organizations.

    Seelisberg - conference venue 1947

    2022-07-18

    Special Edition "Seelisberg@75", No.9

    To mark the 75th anniversary of the Seelisberg Conference and ICCJ's foundation, special editions of the ICCJ newsletter will be sent out every two weeks till the 5th of August each with a pair of short essays reflecting "Seelisberg".
    A regularly updated ICCJ website offers the collection of the "Seelisberg Reflections", pictures, videos, documents, and more ...
    The reflections have been submitted by a diverse group of authors, including theologians, clergy, academics and dialogue activists representing different regions of the world, religious affiliations, genders and ages. Their diversity mirrors the character of the ICCJ and its member organizations.