|A Jewish Statement on Christians and Christianity||xvii|
|1 Introduction: What to Seek and What to Avoid in
Jewish-Christian Dialogue, David Novak ||1|
|2 Christian-Jewish Interactions over the Ages,
Robert Chazan ||7|
|3 The Shoah and the Legacy of Anti-Semitism||25|
|Judaism, Christianity, and Partnership After the
Twentieth Century, Irving Greenberg, ||25|
|Christian Theology After the Shoah,
Christopher M. Leighton, ||36|
|The God of Jews and Christians, Peter Ochs, ||49|
|A Jewish View of the Christian God: Some Cautionary
and Hopeful Remarks, David Ellenson, ||69|
|God as Trinitarian: A Christian Response to Peter Ochs,
David Tracy, ||77|
|Searching the Scriptures: Jews, Christians, and the Book,
Michael A. Signer, ||85|
|The Writings and Reception of Philo of Alexandria,
Hindy Najman, ||99|
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: Christianity in Jewish Terms.
Contributors: Tikva Frymer-Kensky - Editor, David Novak - Editor, Peter Ochs - Editor, David Fox Sandmel - Editor, Michael A. Signer - Editor.
Publisher: Westview Press.
Place of publication: Boulder, CO.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: vii.
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