Germany’s main Protestant body distanced itself from the anti-Semitism of its founder, Martin Luther, and pledged to confront the dark side of its roots.
Germany’s top Jewish leader urged Protestants to confront and condemn anti-Jewish teachings of Martin Luther, who began the Protestant Reformation.
A senior official from the Dutch Protestant Church pulled out of a Holocaust memorial event co-organized by Socialists who commemorated a Hamas leader.
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 Canada’s largest Protestant denomination are speaking out against their church’s boycott of products made in Israeli settlements.
Canada’s largest Protestant church launched a campaign to boycott goods made in the West Bank.
It’s been 50 years since the Jewish Publication Society commissioned a groundbreaking translation of the Bible. Jonathan Sarna asks if it’s time to revisit the famed work.
When 15 prominent American Protestant leaders sent a letter to Congress last week calling for an investigation and possible suspension of U.S. aid to Israel, at least one outcome was certain: The Jews wouldn’t like it.
The Anti-Defamation League withdrew from participating in a national Jewish-Christian interfaith dialogue after church leaders asked Congress to reevaluate U.S. military aid to Israel.
The Pew Research Center for the People & the Press recently found that Protestants favor Romney and Catholics favor Obama. Jewish officials honored a group of Poles who courageously protected Jewish neighbors during the Holocaust. More than 1 million evangelicals marched for Jesus at a rally in San Paulo, Brazil. And, U.S. Olympic marathoner Ryan Hall tells The New York Times that his faith underpins his running.