Christ Jesus and the Jewish People Today. New Explorations of Theological Interrelationships

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    In 8°, pp. 334
    Philip A. Cunningham (editor), Joseph Sievers (editor), Mary C. Boys (editor), Hans Herman Henrix (editor), Jesper Svartvik (editor)
    explores the historical, biblical, christological, trinitarian, and ecclesiological dimensions of this crucial question: "How might we Christians in our time reaffirm our faith claim that Jesus Christ is the Savior of all humanity, even as we affirm the Jewish people's covenantal life with God?". This volume is the result of a transatlantic collaboration among Boston College, Catholic Theological Union, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Lund University, Pontifical Gregorian University, and Saint Joseph's University.
    Table of contents Foreword, by Walter Cardinal Kasper Introduction, The Editors "Your Privilege: You Have Jewish Friends": Michael Signer's Hermeneutics of Friendship Hanspeter Heinz Historical Memory and Christian-Jewish Relations John T. Pawlikowski Facing History: The Church and Its Teaching on the Death of Jesus Mary C. Boys A Jewish Response to John T. Pawlikowski and Mary C. Boys Marc Saperstein Reading the Epistle to the Hebrews Without Presupposing Supersessionism Jesper Svartvik The Gradual Emergence of the Church and the Parting of the Ways Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. Revisiting Our Pasts and Our Paths: A Jewish Response to Jesper Svartvik and Daniel Harrington Tamara Cohn Eskenazi The Son of God Became Human as a Jew: Implications of the Jewishness of Jesus for Christology Hans Hermann Henrix The Dogmatic Significance of Christ Being Jewish Barbara U. Meyer A Jewish Response to Hans Hermann Henrix and Barbara Meyer Edward Kessler The Tri-Unity of God and the Fractures of Human History Elizabeth Groppe The Triune One, the Incarnate Logos, and Israel’s Covenantal Life Philip A. Cunningham and Didier Pollefeyt A Realm of Differences: The Meaning of Jewish Monotheism for Christology and Trinitarian Theology Gregor Maria Hoff A Jewish Response to Elizabeth Groppe, Philip A. Cunningham and Didier Pollefeyt, and Gregor Maria Hoff Adam Gregerman "The Old Unrevoked Covenant" and "Salvation for All Nations in Christ": Catholic Doctrines in Contradiction? Christian Rutishauser, S.J. The Jewish People at Vatican II: The Drama of a Development in Ecclesiology and Its Subsequent Reception in Ireland and Britain Thomas J. Norris The Affirmation of Jewish Covenantal Vitality and the Church’s Liturgical Life Liam Tracey, O.S.M. Exploring the Interface of Dialogue and Theology: A Jewish Response to Christian Rutishauser, Thomas Norris, and Liam Tracey Ruth Langer