What Happens to Philo-Semitism If Christians Become Biblically Illiterate? https://mosaicmagazine.com/response/history-ideas/2020/07/what-happens-to-philo-semitism-if-christians-become-biblically-illiterate/

It’s a short journey from a version of Christianity shorn of its Hebraic context to wondering if the notion of a chosen people is kind of, you know, racist.

July 13, 2020 | Rod Dreher
About the author: Rod Dreher (@roddreher) is a senior writer at The American Conservative and author of the forthcoming Live Not By Lies (Sentinel, September 29).
This is a response to What Christians See in Jews and Israel in 2020 of the Common Era, originally published in Mosaic in July 2020

An attendee reads the Bible during a drive-in Easter service in South Easton, MA on April 12, 2020. Pat Greenhouse/The Boston Globe via Getty Images.

Reading Wilfred McClay’s “What Christians See in Jews and Israel in 2020 of the Common Era” reminded me of Father Matthew’s arrival in south Louisiana.

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