The relationship between Jews and Christians has been strained for centuries. Since the Holocaust, however, there has been increased dialogue and sensitivity. Milavec charts underlying causes for misunderstanding, sorts through accumulated distrust and distortions, and seeks to build lasting bridges. 224 pages, softcover. Liturgical Press.
Most Christians imagine that the poison of anti-Judaism has been largely eliminated. In contrast, Milavec reveals how this poison has gone underground. At each step of the way, Milavec's sure hand builds bridges of mutual understanding that enable both Christians and Jews to cross the chasm of distrust and distortion that has infected both church and synagogue over the centuries. Milavec securely brings his readers to that place where Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity can again be admired as sister religions intimately united to one other in God's drama of salvation.
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