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A Response to Dabru Emet

European Lutheran Commission on the Church and the Jewish People | 01.06.2003

LEKKJ welcomes the issuance of Dabru Emet: A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity. We see in this statement a confirmation of our own work of these past years. Dabru Emet is for us an encouragement and an incentive to continue this work. … [more]

The Ways of God: Judaism and Christianity

Church of Sweden | 01.06.2003

A Document for Discussion within the Church of Sweden. Approved by the General Synod of the Church of Sweden on September 19, 2001.   … [more]

An American Baptist Response to "Dabru Emet [To Speak the Truth]: A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity"

Committee on Christian Unity of the American Baptist Churches in | 10.07.2002

June 2002 … [more]

North Elbian Evangelical Lutheran Church: Christians and Jews

Synod of the North Elbian Evangelical Lutheran Church | 22.09.2001

Declaration of the Synod of the North Elbian Evangelical Lutheran Church. 2002 … [more]

Antisemitism and Anti-Judaism Today

Lutheran World Federation, Hungary | 13.09.2001

Message of a Consultation of the Lutheran World Federation held at Dobogokö, 9-13 September 2001 … [more]

Church and Israel: A Contribution from the Reformation Churches in Europe to the Relationship between Christians and Jews

Leuenberg Church Fellowship | 24.06.2001

A Contribution from the Reformation Churches in Europe to the Relationship between Christians and Jews, 24 June 2001. … [more]

An Ecumenical Response to Dabru Emet

National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA - Interfaith R | 24.02.2001

Dabru Emet - Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity. February 24, 2001 … [more]

Christians and Jews: A Manifesto 50 Years after the Weissensee Declaration

Evangelical [Protestant] Church in Germany EKD | 10.11.2000

November 5-10, 2000 … [more]

Resolution on Yom HaShoah Observance

United Methodist Church (U.S.A.) | 30.05.2000

May 2000 … [more]

Christians and Jews. A Declaration of the Lutheran Church of Bavaria

Lutheran Church of Bavaria | 28.11.1998

The question of the relationship of Christians and Jews points to the center of Christian belief: Faith in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, whom we Christians confess as the father of Jesus Christ, ties Christians and Jews together. … [more]