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ICCJ consultation 2022


The Jewish or Christian 'Other' in Teaching and Preaching

At ICCJ's invitation more than 50 international experts and delegates from ICCJ member organizations gathered online at two days in February for a consultation on the topic "The Jewish or Christian 'Other' in Teaching and Preaching". Read here some reflections and impressions of participants.

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New articles are available on JCRelations.net

Within this:
Jesper Svartvik: “I Have Come Not to Abolish but to Fulfil”. Reflections on Understanding Christianity as Fulfilment without Presupposing Supersessionism. Article

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JCRelations: new articles - february edition

- Lydia O’Kane: Holocaust Remembrance Day: 'Dialogue creates connection and understanding'. Report
- Devin Watkins: Pope: ‘Never repeat unspeakable cruelty of Holocaust’. Report
- Fight Antisemitism, Protect Jewish Life: Declaration on the 80th Anniversary of the Wannsee Conference. Statement
- Aaron J. Koller: Jewish Theological Responses to the Holocaust. Book review

ICCJ webinar


ICCJ: webinar z okazji Międzynarodowego Dnia Pamięci o Ofiarach Holocaustu

"Wiara w Auschwitz. Doświadczenia Ofiar" - webinar, który odbędzie się w czwartek 27 stycznia. Tłumaczenie symultaniczne w językach polskim i angielskim.
On Thursday, January 27, 7 p.m. UTC the ICCJ is going to offer a webinar entitled "Faith in Auschwitz - the Victim Experience and Interfaith Dialogue Today". The webinar will be held with simultaneous translation English / Polish. Registration for participants is open!

Jerusalem - ICCJ meeting


Dialogue Workshop Returns to Jerusalem

ICCJ: a report, written by Deborah Weissman, about a Jewish-Christian workshop on the topic "Borders and Boundaries", organized and co-sponsored by the EKiR, the ELCJHL, the EKvW, the EKD, and the ICCJ.

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ICCJ President's Greetings for 2022

Without your willingness we would not be able to pursue our raison d’être and remain the vibrant voice of Jewish-Christian dialogue that we aim to be.