Convergence and Asymmetry: Observations on the Current State of Jewish-Christian Dialogue
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractDrawing on a survey of forty-five statements on the status of Jewish- Christian dialogue, this article argues that the theme of convergence which underlies a substantial portion of this dialogue programme arises from an asymmetric power relationship, in which Christian institutions have been insufficiently attentive to the issue of Jewish self-understanding.
CitationVincent, A. (2020). Convergence and Asymmetry: Observations on the Current State of Jewish-Christian Dialogue. Interreligious Studies and Intercultural Theology, 4(2), 201-223.
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