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Opening the Covenant: A Jewish Theology of Christianity

@inproceedings{Kogan2007OpeningTC,
  title={Opening the Covenant: A Jewish Theology of Christianity},
  author={Michael S. Kogan},
  year={2007}
}
The Vatican II Council of 1965 signaled a new era in the relationship of the Jewish and Christian faiths. Determined to free the Church of the anti-Jewish polemic which led to such widespread suffering of the innocent, Catholic authorities completely revised their conceptions of Jews and Judaism. Soon, many mainstream Protestant churches also issued a series of official statements that affirm the eternal nature of God's ancient covenant with Israel. An entirely new category of theology emerged… 
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