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Christian-Jewish Dailogue: Exploring Our Commonalities and Our Differences

Isaac C. Rottenberg

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ISBN 10: 0977385205 / ISBN 13: 9780977385201
Published by Hebraic Heritage Press, 2005
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Title: Christian-Jewish Dailogue: Exploring Our ...

Publisher: Hebraic Heritage Press

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

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Christian-Jewish Dialogue is perhaps one of the best volumes that has been written on the various issues that impact Christian-Jewish dialogue. It tackles controversial issues and suggests practical ways in which both the Christian and Jewish communities can develop better understanding of each other and work toward the advancement of issues of mutual concern. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Born in London, England, the son of naturalized US citizens, Isaac Rottenberg grew up in the Netherlands. His father was raised in a Hasidic rabbinic family, and his mother in a Dutch Calvinist environment. During the Nazi occupation of Holland (1940-1945), several members of the Rottenberg family were imprisoned because of anti-Nazi activities. Mr. Rottenberg's father died in the concentration camp Mauthausen. He, himself, spent several years in hiding on a farm in the province of Friesland. After World War II, Isaac Rottenberg studied law at the University of Leiden; and in 1948 he and his wife Malwina settled in the United States, where he earned a degree in theology at the New Brunswick Theological Seminary. He received a scholarship to study at the Rutgers University School of Journalism and a World Council of Churches grant to do special research at the University of Utrecht under the mentorship of professor Arnold van Ruler. Mr. Rottenberg has had broad experience in ecumenical relations and Christian-Jewish dialogue. A minister of the Reformed Church in America, he has served as local pastor, lecturer in theology, and as his denomination's director of communications. He has participated in ecumenical conferences across the world, and served as the first chairperson of the National Council of Churches Office on Christian-Jewish Relations.

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