Podcast: Wilfred McClay on the Warming Relations between Christians and Jews

The author of our July essay joins us to talk about his ideas.

Yehuda Teichtal, left, of the Jewish community in Berlin, and Markus Dröge, bishop of the Protestant church in Berlin, at a demonstration against anti-Semitism in 2019. Paul Zinken/picture alliance via Getty Images.

Yehuda Teichtal, left, of the Jewish community in Berlin, and Markus Dröge, bishop of the Protestant church in Berlin, at a demonstration against anti-Semitism in 2019. Paul Zinken/picture alliance via Getty Images.

Observation
July 24 2020
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Wilfred McClay is the G.T. and Libby Blankenship chair in the history of liberty at the University of Oklahoma and the author most recently of Land of Hope: An Invitation to the American Story.


This Week’s Guest: Wilfred McClay

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