Partly because they believe that the original party to God’s covenant may help them keep the faith in a rapidly secularizing world.
The author of our July essay joins us to talk about his ideas.
Latter-day Saints patterned themselves after biblical Israel, and used its traumas to explain their own.
“Nations who are limited by the ways of religions.”
Christians are today closer to the Jewish people than they’ve been in thousands of years. What are the sources of this momentous rapprochement, and how likely is it to hold?
The World Council of Church’s new supersessionism.
An Iraqi-Canadian bishop reflects on the Abrahamic legacy.
Despite their blessings, liberal democracy and free-market economics are not enough.
A new scholarly analysis of the early church.
“Silent night” and “My Yiddishe Mama.”
Why the National Conference of Christians and Jews mattered.
Christians, Zionists, and Josephus’ Jewish War.