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Contemporary Jewish-Christian Relations: What Are the Challenges and Opportunities?

Hosted By: The National Library of Israel (NLI)

Centuries of anti-Jewish ideology and pogroms in Europe preceded the Holocaust.

After the end of World War II, numerous Christian denominations and organizations embarked on self-critical endeavors to refine, redefine, revise, and refute previous teachings on the Jewish people and the Jewish tradition. Where does this take us and where can it lead?

With Dr. Jesper Svartvik, Visiting Professor, Boston College
Moderated by Prof. Marc Brettler, Duke University

8 pm Israel / 1 pm ET

The lecture is a part of “Jews and Christians through the Centuries: Communities in Conflict and Contact”, a series from the National Library of Israel.

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Professor Marc Brettler

Marc Brettler is the Bernice and Morton Lerner Distinguished Professor of Jewish Studies in the Department of Religious Studies at Duke University. The Dora Golding Professor of Biblical Studies Emeritus and former chair of the Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies at Brandeis University, he has also taught at Yale University, Brown University, Wellesley College and Middlebury College. A graduate of Brandeis University, he has published and lectured widely on metaphor and the Bible, the nature of biblical historical texts, and gender issues and the Bible. He is co-editor of the Jewish Study Bible, first published by Oxford University Press in 2004, winner of a National Jewish Book Award. He has also written How to Read the Bible, co-authored The Bible and the Believer, and co-edited The Jewish Annotated New Testament, which he presented to Pope Francis in Rome in March 2019. 
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The National Library of Israel (NLI)

The National Library of Israel serves as the dynamic institution of collective memory for the Jewish people worldwide and Israelis of all backgrounds and faiths – past, present and future. Through its world-class collections and a range of innovative digital, educational and cultural initiatives, the National Library works to share the stories of the Jewish people, the State of Israel, the Land of Israel and its region.
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