The Vatican and Replacement Theology, Audio CD
In October of 1960, Pope John XIII received Jewish visitors from the group “United Jewish Appeal: Jewish Study Mission.” The pope shared stories of his efforts to rescue Jewish people during World War II and spoke of the spiritual brotherhood shared by Jews and Christians. His words were the beginning of a Catholic theological revolution that is still underway. The Vatican’s acknowledgment of the interdependence between the Old and New Testaments and Jewish interpretation of the Hebrew Scriptures, including rabbinic exegesis as a legitimate mode of interpretation, marks a much needed paradigm shift in the Catholic church.
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