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Traditionally, Christian churches have taught that the validity of Judaism came to an end with the emergence of Christianity. But in the last half-century, many Christians have repudiated this teaching and have affirmed the abiding validity of Judaism. Consequently, they have had to reevaluate Christian self-understanding in relation to Judaism. In Faith Transformed, Christian scholars who have been at the forefront of Christian-Jewish relations share how their encounters with Jews and Judaism have transformed their understanding and practice of Christianity. They reveal how their Christian faith has been profoundly enriched by drawing inspiration from the Jewish tradition.
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Merkle, John C. Faith Transformed: Christian Encounters with Jews and Judaism. Collegeville, Minn: Liturgical Press, 2003.
Copyright © 2003 by John Merkle
Edited by John C. Merkle ; essays by Walter Harrelson ... [et al.] ; afterword by Irvin J. Borowsky.