Healing the Schism - Barth, Rosenzweig, and the New Jewish-Christian Encounter (Emerging Scholars Series)
Two paradigm shifts hallmark Jewish-Christian relations in the twentieth century: the collapse of "Christendom" and the Holocaust. From within these shifts, reassessment of the Jewish-Christian relationship emerged. Over the second half of the twentieth century, a new theological account of...
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Two paradigm shifts hallmark Jewish-Christian relations in the twentieth century: the collapse of "Christendom" and the Holocaust. From within these shifts, reassessment of the Jewish-Christian relationship emerged. Over the second half of the twentieth century, a new theological account of that relationship has been constructed-one of recognition and reconciling encounter. That work is built largely on the legacy of two pioneering theologians: Karl Barth and Franz Rosenzweig. Healing the Schism attempts to map out the new Jewish-Christian encounter from its nascent origins in the work of these thinkers to its current state at the beginning of the twenty-first century. The goal in this study is threefold: first, to trace key influences in the theological genesis of this developing strand of Jewish-Christian dialogue; second, to outline dominant features of its present incarnation; and finally, to identify potential future directions for this trajectory. This volume offers a constructive vision of Jewish-Christian encounter that affirms the irrevocable election of Israel and the universal, ecclesially mediated saving mission of Christ.
- <span><span>two Paradigm Shifts Hallmark Jewish-christian Relations In The Twentieth Century: The Collapse Of "christendom" And The Holocaust. From Within These Shifts, Reassessment Of The Jewish-christian Relationship Emerged. Over The Second Half Of The Twentieth Century, A New Theological Account Of That Relationship Has Been Constructed-one Of Recognition And Reconciling Encounter. That Work Is Built Largely On The Legacy Of Two Pioneering Theologians: Karl Barth And Franz Rosenzweig. Healing The Schism Attempts To Map Out The New Jewish-christian Encounter From Its Nascent Origins In The Work Of These Thinkers To Its Current State At The Beginning Of The Twenty-first Century. The Goal In This Study Is Threefold: First, To Trace Key Influences In The Theological Genesis Of This Developing Strand Of Jewish-christian Dialogue; Second, To Outline Dominant Features Of Its Present Incarnation; And Finally, To Identify Potential Future Directions For This Trajectory. This Volume Offers A Constructive Vision Of Jewish-christian Encounter That Affirms The Irrevocable Election Of Israel And The Universal, Ecclesially Mediated Saving Mission Of Christ.</span></span>