Jews and Non-Jews: Interfaith Relations

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Still, the organized Jewish community in North America and elsewhere makes dialogue a priority with other religious groups. Working with members of other religions--whose past history and sometimes present relations are not always ones of respect and trust--requires from both sides an open mind and a willingness to listen. Interfaith relations have come a long way since the mid-1900s but those involved in interreligious dialogue acknowledge their task is far from complete.

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