Brings together primary texts from influential Jewish and Christian writers, providing an accessible overview of the major issues and movements in the Christian-Jewish dialogue. The book includes key topics such as anti-Semitism, Jesus, Israel, women and the Holocaust.
Helen Fry PhD is an honorary research fellow in the Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies at University College, London. During her research for her recent book Jews in North Devon during the Second World War (Halsgrove, 2005), she discovered that one in seven of the German and Austrian refugees who found shelter in Britain prior to 1939 enlisted in the British forces in the Second World War. It was this discovery that set her on the trail of 'The King's Most Loyal Enemy Aliens'. Helen is also the author of a number of articles for specialist journals on aspects of Jewish history. She lives in Devon.
Acknowledgements Foreword by Dr Jonathan Sacks, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth Glossary of Terms 1. Introduction 2. Anti-Semitism 3. The Holocaust 4. Mission 5. Israel 6. The Jewish Jesus 7. Scripture 8. Salvation 9. Women 10. A Mutual Witness 11. Challenges for the Future Bibliography Copyright Acknowledgements List of Authors and Sources Quoted Index