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What Do Our Neighbors Believe?: Questions and Answers about Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

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0664230652|9780664230654. What Do Our Neighbors Believe? Questions and Answers on Judaism. Christianity. and Islam published in the year 2007 was published by Presbyterian Publishing Corporation. View 1192 more books by Presbyterian Publishing Corporation. The author of this book is Howard R. Greenstein . John Kaltner . Kendra G. Hotz . e Paperback version of the title "Wh ...more
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Published January 1st 2007 by Westminster John Knox Press (first published December 18th 2006)
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Julie Ehlinger
Interesting...a good dictate of the differences and history of a few of the world religions.
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Great resource
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“Though Christians have long blamed the Jewish leaders for the death of Jesus, in fact, he was executed for a political crime, sedition. The charge against him, posted on a placard over his head on the cross, read, "King of the Jews" The early Christian community, eager to deflect negative attention from the Romans, muted the political nature of Jesus' crime and thereby
contributed to what has become a long, horrible history of blaming the Jews for the death of Jesus and of persecuting them because of it.”
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