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Sunday, March 1 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Healing Christian Antisemitism

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In the wake of the holocaust, many Christian theologians took a hard look at their complicity. For centuries, Christian texts, beginning with the New Testament, had vilified Jews. So, Christians began to read their Bible differently, teaching positive views of Judaism. But today Christian antisemitism re-appears in both white supremacist and post-colonial thought. What are its Biblical roots? How can Jews and Christians respond to this legacy together? In this session, co-led by Jewish and Christian scholars, we will study two problematic New Testament texts. We will look at their original context, history of interpretation, and influence today.

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Laura Duhan-Kaplan

Rabbi Dr. Laura Duhan-Kaplan is Professor of Jewish Studies and Director of Inter-Religious Studies at the Vancouver School of Theology, Rabbi Emerita of Or Shalom Synagogue, and author of *The Infinity Inside* (2019).
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Jason Byassee

Rev. Dr. Jason Byassee is the Butler Professor of Homiletics and Biblical Hermeneutics at the Vancouver School of Theology. He is author of *Faithful and Fractured* (2018).
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Harry O. Maier

Dr. Harry O. Maier is Professor of New Testament and Early Christian Studies at Vancouver School of Theology. He is author of *New Testament Christianity in the Roman World* (2019).

Sunday March 1, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm PST
Room A