New PDF release: A Jewish Guide to Interreligious Relations

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Must with pain acknowledge also Luther’s anti-Judaic diatribes and violent recommendations of his later writings against the Jews ... we reject this violent invective ... we express our deep and abiding sorrow over its tragic effects on subsequent generations ... we particularly deplore the appropriation of Luther’s words by modern anti-Semites for the teaching of hatred toward Judaism or toward the Jewish people. … We recognize in anti-Semitism a contradiction and an affront to the Gospel ... and Churches and Church Bodies 39 we pledge this church to oppose the deadly working of such bigotry, both within our own circles and in the society around us.

A similar congregational structure of independent synagogues and churches. 2. A deep respect and reverence for the integrity and authenticity of the Hebrew Bible. 3. An abiding commitment to the security and survival of both the people and the State of Israel. 4. A shared commitment to the principle of church-state separation in the United States. 5. A common opposition to anti-Semitism both here and overseas. Evangelicals have been among the most public supporters of Israel within the Christian community.

Allen refused to do so and in protest he started the Bethel Chapel, now the mother church of the AME. In 1793 nearly 40 percent of all American Methodists were black, but the 28 A Jewish Guide to Interreligious Relations twin issues of slavery and racial segregation divided the Methodist faith community as they did many other churches as well. Allen became the first black bishop in any church in the United States. He died in 1831, and is widely revered as one of the major leaders of the early black church in America.

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