This question, and the tensions generated by it, underlie any discussion of Jewish–Christian relations.
In the debate over the place of Christianity vis-à-vis secular liberal culture, let the Church speak for itself.
For traditional Jews and Catholics alike, liberalism has presented parallel but different dangers; so has anti-liberalism.
In play again are bitterly contested questions about the Catholic Church, about religion and politics, and—inevitably—about Christianity’s relation to Judaism and the Jews.
How not to have a conversation between faiths.
And why Catholics should condemn it.
The Mortara affair revisited.
And remarkable improvements in Jewish-Catholic relations.
Books were burned, but Judaism went unextinguished.
Making common cause.
Too many authoritative Christian voices have greeted anti-Jewish rhetoric with silence, excuses, or applause.
Jacques Maritain and the Jews.
Joseph Soloveitchik’s “Confrontation.”
The romanticization trap.