Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding, Muhlenberg College, PA

thumb_icjuIn the first century, Judaism and Christianity split into separate and often antagonistic communities. This produced misunderstandings that have lasted for centuries. In the last thirty years, however, a new age of dialogue has dawned, and much research has been done to overcome these misunderstandings.

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Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, St. John's University / University of St. Thomas, MN

 
Jay Phillips CenterThe Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning (formerly the Jay Phillips Center for Jewish-Christian Learning) is co-sponsored by Saint John's University, Collegeville, Minnesota, and the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul and Minneapolis. 

After many years of fostering Jewish-Christian relations, the center has expanded its mission to promote interfaith learning and friendship among people of various religions.

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Jewish-Christian Studies Center, University of Notre Dame, IN

The University of Notre Dame's Jewish-Christian Studies Center, succesor to the Notre Dame Holocaust Project, is currently under development. It aims to describe and encourage dialogue between Jews and Christians, and theological reflection on the relationship between Judaism and Christianity.  Watch this page for further information.

Judaic and Catholic Studies Centers, Fairfield University, CT

fairfieldFairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut is the home of the Center for Catholic Studies and the Carl and Dorothy Bennett Center for Judaic Studies. The two endeavors regularly collaborate to offer lectures and other programs concerning relations between the Jewish and Christian communities.

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