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What price prejudice? : Christian antisemitism in America
Eakin, Frank E., Jr., 1936-
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New York : Paulist Press, [1998]

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viii, 211 pages ; 23 cm.
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Central Library DS145 .E35 1998 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks

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Explores how dramatic the experience of antisemitism in the USA has been and how we can make advances to overcome this situation. New subtitle will probably be Christian Antisemitism in America.

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Library Journal Review

Eakin (Jewish and Christian studies, Univ. of Richmond) has written an introductory text that treats some of the main issues in Jewish-Christian relations in a superficial manner. Part of the publisher's "Studies in Judaism and Christianity," series it is both historical and topical in its methodology. Eakin traces the development of anti-Semitism from its biblical roots in the New Testament, through the seemingly institutionalized anti-Semitism of the medieval church, to moments in the American experience from Colonial times to today. He also examines the theological basis of Jewish-Christian relations as found in recent official statements by several major American Christian denominations. Study questions at the end of each chapter and a practical six-point program describing how to establish and maintain Jewish-Christian dialog today are the main contribution of this work. Practical but insubstantial; not recommended.‘Pius Murray, Holy Apostles Coll. & Seminary, Weston, MA (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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