Essential Papers on Jewish-Christian Relations in the United States: Imagery and Reality.
by Cohen, Naomi W, edited by.
New York University Press
Octavo, paper covers, xii, 378 pp.
Articles are "The American Jewish Response to Nineteenth-Century Christian Missions," Jonathan Sarna, "The Image of Jews in Christian Teaching," Judaith H. Banki, "One Nation Completely Under God? The American Jewish Congress and the Catholic Church in the United States, 1945-1977," David G. Singer, "Intermarriage and the Jewish Future," Egon Meyer and Carl Sheingold, "The Ambivalent Image: Nineteenth-Century America's Perception of the Jew," Louise A. Mayo, "Antisemitism in the Gilded Age: The Jewish View," Naomi W. Cohen, "Christian Sources of Anti-Semitism," Harold E. Quinley and Charles Y. Glock, "American Protestantism and Antisemitism," Franklin H. Littell, "'Too Long Have We Christians Been Silent,'" Robert W. Ross, "The Holocaust: Christian and Jewish Responses," Alice L. Eckhardt, "The Apparition of Jewish Nationalism," Hertzel Fishman, "New Realities: Israel in the Holy Land," Esther Yolles Feldman, "American Christians and Israel, 1948-1988," Carl Hermann Voss and David A. Rausch, "American Protestant Theologians on the Frontiers of Jewish-Christian Relations, 1922-1982," Egal Feldman, "Jewish-Christian Relations: A Jewish Perspective," David Berger
Language: English Language
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15038