Jacob's younger brother: Christian-Jewish relations after Vatican II

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"At Vatican II, the Catholic Church renounced the teaching that Jews had killed Christ and pivoted toward reconciliation. Jewish leaders responded in kind. Karma Ben-Johanan pierces the veil of interfaith dialogue, emphasizing rabbinical literature suspicious of the sudden Catholic turn and Catholic theologians struggling to maintain tradition"--
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationCambridge, Massachusetts
PublisherThe Belknap Press of Harvard University Press
Number of pages356
ISBN (Print)0674258266, 9780674258266, 9780674276352
StatePublished - 2022

Bibliographical note

An earlier version of this book was first published as A Pottage of Lentils: Mutual Perceptions of Christians and Jews in the Age of Reconciliation (Hebrew) by Tel Aviv University Press, 2020.--Title page verso.
Translation of: Nezid ʻadashim.


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