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.
Jews have made heroic efforts to help their own—and also to condemn violence against Christians.
And much to do with a shared biblical heritage.
Does God command genocide in the book of Joshua?
When Christians Were Jews.
Borne with grace, barukh hashem.
On Martin Luther King Day, the ghost of the great civil-rights leader was summoned to condemn Israel. The problem? While alive, King had plenty of opportunities to do so—and never did.