In this monthly column, we will focus on one of these leaders and share an interview with her or him, hearing how they got to where they are today.
Little by little, over the past few decades, a community of activists in the Christian-Jewish engagement space has developed.
If an environment of trust is ever possible between Christians and Jews, it is essential that Christians recognize and respect that others have the freedom and right to choose.
Philos Action League is a community of Christians committed to showing up in solidarity with the Jewish community when an act of antisemitism happens.
In an unprecedented initiative, Yeshiva University is partnering with the Philos Project in a post-graduate program to give Christians a “deeper understanding of Jews and Judaism.”
“The Lord is pulling us together for a common purpose,” said Pastor Michael Petro, who hosted the event in Houston, Texas.
Last week, Regent University hosted a symposium on the subject of “The Theology of Land: Why is a specific land important to God’s universal purposes?”
Political Pundit: “Anti-missionary bill pushed by media to pull Christians into judicial reform debate”
“The legislation has zero chance to pass,” Director of the Knesset Christian Allies Caucus and President of the Israel Allies Foundation Josh Reinstein says.
After the backlash, Prime Minister Netanyahu reassured Christian supporters of Israel, tweeting, “We will not advance any law against the Christian community.”
US Orthodox Rabbis’ Group finds common ground with Christians, is frequently at odds with secular Jews
A group of Orthodox rabbis is acting as the solitary voice of Torah Judaism in the social arena. Its Biblical-based positions have put it at odds with the plethora of liberal Jewish organizations and allied it with many Christian political organizations, its head explains. The Coalition for Jewish Values (CJV) brings together over 2,000 Orthodox […]