Interwoven Destinies: Jews and Christians Through the Ages. New York/Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 1993

A very valuable collection of matching pairs of essays by four Jews (Cook, Himmelfarb, Cohen and Herzberg) and four Christians (Harrington, Gager, Synan and Alice Eckhardt). This book has its origins in the National Workshop on Jewish-Christian relations. An excellent overview of Jewish-Christian relations in history, organized around four topics (Christianity in the context of Second Temple Judaism, the parting of the ways, medieval developments, and Judaism and Christianity in the modern world). A brief, accessible collection of essays by Jewish and Christian authors.