Interfaith dialogue

“For the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord.”

Pesach Wolicki
Jan. 14 2019 12:01AM

How not to have a conversation between faiths.

Jon Levenson
Jan. 29 2018 12:01AM

They fear not outsiders, but those within their own communities.

Shireen Qudosi
Aug. 14 2017 12:01AM

“We look forward to hearing your paper on why the gods must be fed the blood of sacrificial victims.”

Peter Berger
Jan. 24 2017 12:01AM

Joseph Soloveitchik’s “Confrontation.”

June 3 2016 12:01AM

Anti-Semitism, Israel, and the Holocaust must be part of the equation.

Peter Berger
Jan. 25 2016 12:01AM

Reflections on Nostra Aetate at 50.

David Berger
Dec. 16 2015 12:01AM

Because religions make claims about the truth, the beliefs of any one religion necessarily contradict some of the claims of another. Yet devotees of different. . .

Dec. 3 2014 12:01AM

Jonathan Sacks, chief rabbi emeritus of the United Kingdom, argues that the biblical idea of marriage (and love) is a contribution as important as monotheism. . .

Jonathan Sacks
Nov. 26 2014 12:01AM

Dialogue among religions has become a cottage industry. It has its virtues, but also its limits; some things can’t be easily synthesized, and shouldn’t be.

Peter Berger
Aug. 28 2014 12:01AM

At an academic conference in the heart of the Bible Belt, an Orthodox Jew savors the variety and profundity of shared religious experience.

March 26 2014 12:01AM

Striving for a new theology to account for restored Jewish sovereignty, a Catholic priest ended by condemning Israel as fervently as he had admired it.

Jonathan Yudelman
Jan. 17 2014 12:00AM

The work of Richard John Neuhaus, who died five years ago this week, offers sound guidance for friendship between Christians and Jews, and reminds them. . .

Seth Mandel
Jan. 10 2014 12:00AM

The Vatican’s refusal to grant a church funeral to Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke is emblematic of its growing rapprochement with Jews and with. . .

Michael Curtis
Nov. 1 2013 12:00AM