Mosaic’s Year in Review: Jews, Christians, and the United States

The best of what we published in 2020 on the ever-changing relationship between Jews and Christians, and in particular American Jews and American Christians.


Observation
Dec. 30 2020

As 2020 comes to a close, Mosaic is looking back at the work we published this year. On Monday we looked at Jewish responses to the coronavirus pandemic, and yesterday we highlighted Mosaic’s writing on Israel and the Middle East. Today, we focus on Jews and Christians, and in particular on American Jews and American Christians and the ways they’ve influenced each other.

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