Jews & Non-Jews
When presented with the opportunity to officiate at a wedding between two people, neither of which were Jewish, Rabbi Rebecca Sirbu asked: Is there anything in Jewish law that would prohibit this?Read more
Texts and Traditions
Not all gentiles are viewed in the same light.
Theological attitudes have changed in response to social and political developments.
From the worship of statues to the absolute veneration of political movements.
Some creative approaches to redressing inequality between Jews and non-Jews.
The Bible implies that God's choice of the Jews was random.
What Jews can learn from it.
Some Jews have reinterpreted chosenness as an ethical mission or a national spirit.
Traditional authorities consider Hinduism idolatry, but some Jews have a more tolerant approach.
Non-Jews living in observance of the Seven Noahide Laws.
According to most Jewish thinkers, Islam is not idolatry.
A history of the belief that the Jews killed Jesus.
A sect of Christianity with some Jewish practices.
Are the Jewish people God's Chosen People?
Does the biblical prohibition against following non-Jewish practices apply beyond ancient Egypt and Canaan?
Christians are not idolators--nor are they inherently anti-Semitic.
Books and People
It's time to clear up Jewish misconceptions about Christianity.
By David Novak
By Daniel Gordis
Edited by Daniel Frank
A lesser-known piece of history.