Monthly Archives: June 2012

Eery Reminders of Evils Past

Is Germany sure – I mean, are they really sure – that it has learned its lesson about racial superiority and anti-Semitism? This most recent ruling by a German judge suggests that many Germans might be ready for a re-play … Continue reading

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John Connelly Preview

I just found out about a book I am very excited to read! Please expect reviews of “From Enemy to Brother: the Revolution in Catholic Teaching on the Jews, 1933–1965” to appear shortly on this blog. In the meantime, here … Continue reading

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Jews Vote Liberal, Evangelicals Vote Israel?

Jonathan Tobin has an interesting article up at the Commentary magazine website. He argues that Israel is rapidly becoming a critical election issue not – as one might expect – for Jews, but for evangelical Christians. Jewish organizations and media … Continue reading

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Living on the Offensive

My mother is vacationing with a somewhat observant Jewish friend from Israel. I invited them to come visit us on their way back home. “We could go out to dinner,” she said, “but there’s no way I can bring her … Continue reading

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An Interview with Father Patrick Reardon (Part III and Last)

Finishing up the series from yesterday and the day before… You mentioned earlier that you don’t understand how any Jew can become Orthodox. What would you say to a Jew who did seek to join the Church? The only reason for … Continue reading

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