Jews & Non-Jews
Christians and Jews must rethink how they approach each other.
A biblical model of reconciliation can help bring Jews and Christians together.
Christians are not idolators--nor are they inherently anti-Semitic.
Understanding the world in which Christianity developed helps understand Christian beliefs.
Most traditional authorities dismissed Hinduism as idolatry, but in recent years, some Jews have become more tolerant of certain Eastern religions and practices.
The prohibition against non-Jewish practices, might relate to the practices of ancient Egypt, Canaan or the social and philosophical ways of non-Jews today.
Seven commandments which, according to Jewish tradition, are incumbent upon all of humankind.
Early Jewish texts affirmed the universal fraternity of humankind, while asserting the importance of Jewish distinctiveness.
Rabbinic authorities have used different arguments to redress inequities in the way halakhah treats non-Jews.
At times, Jews have embraced large numbers of converts, but hostile relations with Gentile neighbors often led to suspicion of proselytes as well.