Jews & Non-Jews
Ordinary is extraordinary.
John Paul II put great emphasis on improving Catholic-Jewish relations.
Hints of change in Jewish voting trends.
For nearly a century, one party has captured the vast majority of Jewish votes.
The Mel Gibson film disturbed this writer--but offers the opportunity for greater interfaith understanding.
Taboo no longer?
Though Jews and Christians have had a complicated and tense relationship, relations today are better than ever.
Both faith communities have something to teach the other.
Sept. 11 and the Second Intifada in Israel interrupted years of improvement in Muslim-Jewish relations.
Interfaith relationships between Jews and non-Jews is a hard-hitting issue that affects the entire Jewish world.