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Interreligious Relations in the Wake of September 11

Ucko, Hans | 27.11.2002

ICCJ International Conference in Riga 26-30 May 2002 … [more]

Toward a Dialogue of Civilizations

Sacks, Jonathan; Swidler, Leonard | 31.10.2002

Prof. Leonard Swidler engages Rabbi Jonathan Sacks in a discussion of how a 'clash of civilizations' can be avoided and sets forth his theory of 'deep dialogue.' … [more]

What can Jews and Christians hope for when they meet?

Lustiger, Jean-Marie | 30.04.2002

The Cardinal Archbishop of Paris explores how Christians and Jews can deepen their understanding of themselves and the "other" as they meet in dialogue. … [more]

The Relevance of Western Post-Holocaust Theology to the Thought and Practice of the Russian Orthodox Church

Hackel, Sergii | 31.03.2002

Archpriest Dr. Sergii Hackel of the Russian Orthodox Church challenges his church to confront the 'endemic antisemitism' in Slavic lands and to re-evaluate its theology in the light of the Shoah. … [more]

God Doesn't Change His Choice

Kessler, Edward | 28.02.2002

Dr. Edward Kessler, Director of the Centre for Jewish-Christian Relations in Cambridge, England, argues against "Replacement Theology", i.e., the teaching that since the time of Jesus the Jews have been replaced by the Christians in God's favor, and that all God's promises to the Jews have been inherited by Christianity. … [more]

Spiritual and Ethical Commitment in Jewish-Christian Dialogue

Kasper, Walter | 11.07.2001

Cardinal Walter Kasper gave the Keynote Address at the 2001 International Conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews Montevideo, Uruguay, 12 July, 2001. … [more]

Speaking for Interfaith Dialogue

Porter, Beth | 26.01.2000

A personal account of transformation through interfaith encounter. … [more]

Night of the Broken Glass (Reichskristallnacht)

Voll, Fritz | 07.11.1998

Autobiographical reflections on the night of November 9, 1938, and beyond. … [more]

Kristallnacht Remembered

Hoffman, Leni | 07.11.1998

Sixty-one years after this infamous event occurred, it still lingers in my memory. I was an eight-year-old girl at the time. Hitler declared that anarchy could rule on November 9, 1938. The political violence was specifically aimed at the Jewish population of Germany. … [more]

Night of the Broken Glass and the Kindertransport

Voll, Fritz | 07.11.1998

A Mission to Save Jewish Children … [more]