The 1st International
BIBLE STUDY WEEK
July 6-9, 2015
This exciting and innovative new program offers Christians from all over the world the opportunity to study the Bible in the land that brings it to life. By studying in Israel and being taught by Jewish and Christian scholars, you can uncover the realism, tradition, and enduring practice of the Bible while being immersed in the land that nourished the Jewish and Christian faiths.
Hotel Yehuda Conference Center Jerusalem
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A Journal of Religious Thought and Research in Israel
Immanuel is an organ of religious research in Israel, dedicated to promoting dialogue between Christians and Jews and to disseminating abroad the experience gained in this dialogue.
Many thanks to the brilliant work of Rev. Aart Brons, ETRFI Steering Committee member who has scanned all 26 volumes.
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11 May 2015
Jews and Anti-Judaism in Esther and the Church. By Tricia Miller (Cambridge: James Clarke & Co. Ltd.).
Due for release 28 May 2015.
"The biblical Book of Esther records an account of Jewish resistance to attempted genocide in the setting of the Persian Empire. According to the text, Jews were targeted for annihilation simply because of their Jewish identity. However, the story also reports that they wre allowed to defend themselves against anyone who sought to kill them. In the context of attempted genocide, the message of Esther addresses a timeless and universal issue of justice - that humans have the right and responsibility to defend themselves against those who intend to murder....."