Gratz College: Jewish Christian Studies Program

gratz-collegeIn this comparative religion program, students discover the differences and similarities among Judaism and Christianity. 

This program is ideal for chaplains, seminarians, clergy, academics and anyone who wants to gain a deeper knowledge of both Judaism and Christianity for teaching, preaching and interfaith relations.

Required courses include Comparative Theology of Judaism and Christianity, Comparative Biblical Interpretation, and Comparative Liturgy of Judaism and Christianity, as well as thought provoking elective courses such as Jewish and Christian Mysticism, and Jewish and Christian Holy Days.


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Catholic Jewish Dialogue Committee, Stonehill College, MA

Catholic Jewish Dialogue Committee
Catholic Jewish Dialogue CenterFounded in 1993 and funded in part by the Dr. and Mrs. William Winick Symposium on Catholic-Jewish Relations its purpose is:

To promote understanding
To foster mutual appreciation and respect
To disseminate proper and accurate information in teaching about each others faith
To encourage sensitivity toward one another's traditions and beliefs

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Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies, Saint Leo University, FL

Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies
The Center for Catholic-Jewish StudiesSaint Leo University and the American Jewish Committee have undertaken a project to promote a collaborative partnership between Judaism and Catholicism. The Center was established at Saint Leo University in 1998 through a formal Memorandum of Agreement between the University and the American Jewish Committee.

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Center for Christian-Jewish Learning, Boston College

Center for Christian-Jewish Learning

thumb_ccjlThe Center for Christian-Jewish Learning at Boston College is dedicated to the growth of new and mutually enriching relationships between Christians and Jews. The Center applies the scholarly resources of a Catholic university to the task of encouraging mutual knowledge between Christians and Jews at every level.

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Center for Jewish Civilization, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

The Program for Jewish Civilization (PJC) at Georgetown University is home to the study of the global dimensions of Judaism throughout the ages and especially in our own era, with an emphasis on the ethical aspects of Jewish civilization and its interrelationship with other peoples and polities. This innovative approach examines Judaism as a religion and it also explores Judaism as a civilization and a community of people in dialogue with others. This program, which is unique within the American academic context, expands the understanding of Jewish history to include cultural, religious, political, philosophical, literary, and scientific accomplishments.

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