Maritain and the Jews

Novak, Michael
January 1993
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan1993, Issue 29, p30
Focuses on the views of French Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain on Judaism and Christianity. Discussion on the historical interactions between Jews and Christians; Implications of anti-Semitism for Christians; Similarity and difference between Judaism and Christianity; Importance of Judaism in understanding the history of Christianity; Attitude of Jews towards Christians; Influence of the Jews and Christians on each other as their strive to understand and interpret their places in the Holy Scriptures.


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