Jewish-Christian Encounters over the Centuries: Symbiosis, Prejudice, Holocaust, Dialogue.

American University Studies Series IX, History 136. Frankfurt/M., Bern, New York: Peter Lang Publ, Inc., 1994

Pp. 436. Jewish Christian Encounters over the Ages focuses on the historical frameworks in which the theologies of Judaism and Christianity came into contact with or reacted to one another. It starts out with Jesus as Jew and with the Dead Sea Scrolls, and it includes essays on the Middle Ages, the Inquisition, nineteenth century Bible scholarship nationalism, the Holocaust, Vatican II, and Pope John Paul II.