These folks describe themselves as "the worlds leading
organization fighting anti-semitism since 1913." This is
probably very accurate.
Among the Religions of the World
Article by Charles Henderson
This site proves one can be thoroughly biblical, thoroughly
evangelical, and still very positive and constructive in relating
to both Jews and Judaism.
As viewed through a fascinating archive of Anti-Defamation
League press releases.
For fifty years CrossCurrents has been publishing the best
thought and writing being done across lines of religious difference
by leaders of Jewish and Christian faiths.
A Living Conversation
The Bill Moyer's Public Television series on the book of Genesis
was in itself a model for Jewish/Christian dialogue and understanding.
Institute For Christian
and Jewish Studies
The ICJS is an educational organization which addresses the
contemporary challenges of religious pluralism by helping
to shape a new relationship between Christians and Jews.
of Christians and Jews
The Chicago based organization has been working for interfaith
dialogue and understanding for more than fifteen years.
Jews For Judaism
It's a law of physics. It's also true in the realm of the
spirit. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
When any group perceives itself as a "target" for
evangelism, you can expect a reaction. This is particularly
true of Jews, who have lots of experience reacting to misguided
This site is concerned with issues in the on-going Christian-Jewish
dialogue. Here are articles, bibliographies and other resources,
pages of Christian-Jewish organizations, addresses of and
links to institutes and groups involved in the dialogue, and
more. Put together by Fritz Voll, this is a massive site;
one of the best on the Net.
This organization of Jewish Pease Activists acutually supports
the Presbyterian divestment policy.
Judaism at About.com
and Jewish Resources
Andrew Tannenbaum's excellent catalogue of Jewish resources
on the Net.
Christians Target Jews?
A policy adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention that will
"target Jews for conversion," has raised serious
questions among people of all faiths, including more ecumenically
Presbyterians for Middle East Peace is an ad hoc group of Presbyterian pastors and elders who have a strong desire for the PCUSA to be an effective peacemaker in the Middle East. They are committed to interjecting a key part of Jesus' message and ministry into the conflict: namely enemies need to love, not terrorize each other; speak with and negotiate, not ignore each other.
National Council of Churches
What does it mean to be a Christian in an increasingly pluralistic
and multi-ethnic nation? The NCC Commission on Interfaith
Relations provides an important forum for Christians to explore
the challenges and opportunities of living among people of
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