‘Outsourced’ Ethno-Nationalist Missionaries of the Israeli CJCUC-Hertog Scholars
See Eric Cohen Hertog Tikvah Ex. Dir. Witherspoon Institute, Reno First Things magazine
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin and David Nekrutman established … (CJCUC), dedicated to religious dialogue, mutual understanding and active cooperation with Christians. … our organizational partner – The Witherspoon Institute, … The team of contributors include: the late Dr. Robert Jensen (The Witherspoon Institute), the late Dr. Michael Wychogrod (Yeshiva University), Dr. Russell Ronald Reno (editor of First Things), Dr. Miroslav Volf (Yale Divinity School), Dr. Christopher Leighton (Johns Hopkins University), Dr. William Cavanaugh (DePaul University),Judeo Ethnic Nationalist Dr. Craig Blasing (Executive Vice President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary), Dr.Peter Ochs (University of Virginia), andJEN IRD- Dr. Gerald McDermott (Beeson Divinity)[co-athor with Hertog First Things R. Reno].”, CJCUC, Withersppoon Trustee Eric Cohen, exec. Dir. Hertog Tikvah Fund 23 ?\” The speakers at the event were: Dr. Gerald McDermott of Roanoke College, Dr. Craig Blaising of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Dr. Joel Willits of North Park University, Dr. Mark Kinzer and Dr. David Rudolph of the Messianic Jewish Theological Institute, The Rt. Rev. Julian Dobbs of the Convocation of Anglicans in North America, IRD president Mark Tooley, Dr. Robert Benne of Roanoke College, Robert Nicholson of The Philos Project, Shadi Khalloul of the Aramaic Christian Association in Israel, and Dr. Darrell Bock of Dallas Theological Seminary.” IRD
Corrupt Christian Bible Scholars as Criminal Unregistered Foreign Agents
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Hertog Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC)
In January of 2008, a historical moment took place when Ohr Torah Stone and founding director David Nekrutman established the first Orthodox Jewish institution dedicated to religious dialogue, mutual understanding and active cooperation with Christians. In less than a decade, the institution – the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC) – has moved to the forefront of theological advancements in Jewish-Christian relations. It has also changed the paradigm by engaging tens of thousands of Christians through Bible studies, developing Jewish theology with a positive understanding of Christianity and Christians, organizing faith-based events that bring Jews and Christians together, and coordinating humanitarian aid for Christians facing financial hardship in the birthplace of Christianity and other areas in the Middle East.
CJCUC has published three academic works in advancing the Jewish-Christian alliance, Covenant & Hope: Jewish and Christian Reflections, Plowshares into Swords: Reflections on Violence and Religion, and Returning to Zion: Christian and Jewish Perspectives. These academic works were produced with our organizational partner – The Witherspoon Institute, an independent research center in Princeton, New Jersey. The team of contributors include: the late Dr. Robert Jensen (The Witherspoon Institute), the late Dr. Michael Wychogrod (Yeshiva University), Dr. Russell Ronald Reno (editor of First Things), Dr. Miroslav Volf (Yale Divinity School), Dr. Christopher Leighton (Johns Hopkins University), Dr. William Cavanaugh (DePaul University), Dr. Craig Blasing (Executive Vice President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary), Dr.Peter Ochs (University of Virginia), and Dr. Gerald McDermott (Beeson Divinity).
Besides publishing an organizational statement on a Jewish Understanding of Christians and Christianity in 2011, CJCUC facilitated the first Orthodox Rabbinic Statement on Christianity in December of 2015, which more than 75 Orthodox Rabbis have signed.
Society for Post Supersessionist Theology
, R. Kendall Soulen, , Mark Kinzer, , David Rudolph, , Holly Taylor Coolman, , Gerald McDermott, , William Abraham, , Gary Anderson, , Craig Blaising, , Jeroen Bol, , Ellen Charry, , Gavin D’Costa, , Tommy Givens, , Justin Hardin, , Douglas Harink, , Stanley Hauerwas, , Kevin Hughes, , George Hunsinger, , Willie Jennings, , Craig Keener, , Joseph Mangina, , Ephraim Radner, , Anders Runesson, , Katherine Sonderegger, , J. Brian Tucker, , Pim Valkenberg, , Tom Weinandy , , Joel Willitts, Founding Friends, , Mark Nanos,
Spring 2021 Meeting: “What is Supersessionism? A Conversation with David Novak.”
The Spring 2021 meeting will take place virtually on Zoom, May 30, 2021 from 2pm-4pm (ET). The meeting will feature a panel discussion with the eminent Jewish theologian and philosopher David Novak. Our discussion with Prof. Novak will focus on his 2019 article in First Things, “Supersessionism Hard and Soft.”
Prof. Novak will be joining us along with the following respondents:
Holly Taylor Coolman (Providence College)
Nick Scott-Blakely (Fuller Theological Seminary)
Kendall Soulen (Emory University)
The session will be moderated by Gerald McDermott (Beeson Divinity School, ret.) and time will be provided for Q&A.
2020 Meeting: “Catholic Doctrines on the Jewish People After Vatican II: A Panel Discussion with Gavin D’Costa”
The 2020 annual meeting was held by webinar on November 20, 2020 and featured a panel discussion of Gavin D’Costa’s book, “Catholic Doctrines on Jews after the Second Vatican Council” (Oxford, 2019). Prof. D’Costa gave a presentation followed by responses from Bruce Marshall (SMU Perkins School of Theology), Ruth Langer (Boston College), Philip Cunningham (Saint Joseph’s University) and David Sandmel (Anti-Defamation League). The session was moderated by Holly Taylor Coolman (Providence). Click here for a recording of the meeting.
2019 Meeting: “Fulfillment and Supersessionism in the Theology of St. Paul”
The Society’s second meeting was held in San Diego, CA on November 22, 2019 and featured presentations from William S. Campbell (University of Wales) and Douglas Campbell (Duke Divinity School) along with responses from Paula Fredriksen (Hebrew University/Boston University) and Francis Watson (University of Durham). The session was moderated by David Rudolph (The King’s University). Click here for a recording of the meeting.
2018 Inaugural Meeting: “An Agenda for Post-Supersessionist Theology”
The Society’s first meeting was held in Denver, Colorado in 2018 and featured brief presentations from R. Kendall Soulen (Emory University), Holly Taylor Coolman (Providence College), Willie J. Jennings (Yale University), Gerald McDermott (Beeson Divinity School), Mark Kinzer (Ann Arbor, MI), Anders Runesson (University of Oslo), and a response from Adam Gregerman (Saint Joseph’s University). Please click on the names below to view the papers given by some of the speakers.
also see, Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations is the journal of the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations and is published by the Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College.
SBL/AAR 2019 San Diego, Session of the Society for Post-Supersessionist Theology with Douglas Campbell, Paula Fredriksen and Francis Watson, with David Rudolph chairing
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