010061 VO "Killer of the Lord" (Gregory of Nyssa) and "People of the Convenant" (John Paul II.) (2014S)
Christian Teaching between Anti- Semitism and Repentance
Aims, contents and method of the course
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- The main stages of Christian anti-Judaism
- The connections between the development of Christian teaching and the effects on getting distinct from Judaism
- The connection between teaching and politics
- Some important Christian developments enabling the Shoa
- The importance of the Christian turnaround after 1945 and of a Christian alignment acknowledging on the one hand that Christianity stems from Jewish tradition and on the other hand that it has to accept and defend the absolute legitimacy of Judaism alongside Christianity.
- The asymmetry of justification: Christianity has its basis in Judaism, but Judaism as such does not refer to Christianity.