Jewish and mainline Protestant groups held the first face-to-face meeting in 18 months. The groups’ move ended a feud over the church’s criticism of U.S. aid to Israel.
Leaders of national Jewish groups resumed a dialogue with mainline Christian churches ruptured by a call in 2012 by some Christian leaders to consider cutting U.S. assistance to Israel.
Doris Epstein talks to Vivian Lehrer Stadlin & Yoni Stadlin, Directors Eden Village Camp about The New Jewish Food Movement; also on today’s show, M. Fatih Yegul & Azim Shamnshiev from the Intercultural Dialogue Institute - Turkish Muslims seek to build bridges with all faiths
Just before the tenth anniversary of 9/11, I noticed that a new blog called “SheAnswersAbraham” went live on the Web. The timing was not coincidental, as it is a deliberate effort by a group of three women – a Jew, a Christian and a Muslim – to put an interfaith conversation about sacred texts out into the world with positive energy.