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The Journal of Ecumenical Studies (JES), founded 1964 as the first peer-reviewed journal in the field of interreligious dialogue, emerged from the ecumenical spirit of Vatican II. Initially emphasizing dialogue among diverse Christian traditions, the journal's focus quickly broadened to Christian-Jewish dialogue and interchange among various religious traditions. Today, JES continues as the premier publisher of scholarly articles on dialogue across lines of religious difference.
published byUniversity of Pennsylvania Press
viewing issueVolume 51, Number 1, Winter 2016
Table of Contents
- “The Bond of Peace”: A Hermeneutical Rapprochement?
- pp. 114-127
- DOI: 10.1353/ecu.2016.0002
- Hitler, Jesus, and Our Common Humanity: A Jewish Survivor Interprets Life, History, and the Gospels by Bruce W. Longenecker, and: Lessons of the Holocaust by Michael R. Marrus, and: Edith Stein and Regina Jonas: Religious Visionaries in the Time of the Death Camps by Emily Leah Silverman (review)
- pp. 151-154
- DOI: 10.1353/ecu.2016.0012
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