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Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies, Seton Hall University

The Jewish-Christian Studies Program awards the Master of Arts degree (36 credits) and graduate certificate (12 credits) in Jewish-Christian Studies. The curriculum covers all aspects of the relationship between Jews and Christians - their respective values and traditions.

Institutum Judaicum Delitzschianum

Das IJD ist ein Institut der evangelisch-theologischen Fakultät mit einem Forschungsschwerpunkt im vorrabbinischen Judentum und in Öffentlichkeitsaufgaben im christlich-jüdischen Gespräch.

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (U.S.A.)

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews was founded in 1983 by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein to promote understanding between Jews and Christians and build broad support for Israel and other shared concerns.

International Martin-Buber-Foundation

The Aim of the International Martin-Buber-Foundation is to support the International Council of Christians and Jews (ICCJ). The International Martin-Buber-Foundationis is a nonprofit foundation according to German civil law and is based in Heppenheim/Germany. Website in English and German.

Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, University of St. Thomas

The Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning is a collaborative enterprise of the University of St. Thomas and Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota. After many years of fostering Jewish-Christian relations, the center has expanded its mission to promote interfaith learning and friendship among people of various religions

Jewish and Christian Perspectives

A monograph series published cooperatively by the Ingeborg Rennert Center for Jerusalem Studies of Bar-Ilan University, Israel; the University of Tilburg Faculty of Catholic Theology, Utrecht, the Netherlands; and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies, Jerusalem.

Jewish Roots of Christian Mysticism

The interdisciplinary seminar on the Jewish Roots of Eastern Christian Mysticism is designed as the internet version of an ongoing research seminar of graduate students at the department of theology of Marquette University (Milwaukee, USA). The seminar is directed by Alexander Golitzin, a professor of eastern Christian theology (Marquette University) and Andrei Orlov, an associate professor of Christian Origins (Marquette University). The seminar started in March 2002 as an attempt to investigate Jewish mystical traditions in the eastern Christian theological and liturgical texts. It was thought that the seminar would help initiate and inspire the discussion about the Jewish influences on eastern Christian mysticism among a broader audience.

Jewish-Catholic Institute, St. Joseph's University

Flowing from the Catholic and Ignatian identity of Saint Joseph’s University, the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations seeks to increase knowledge and deepen understanding between the Jewish and Catholic communities. In keeping with the contemporary Ignatian vision of educating "men and women for others," the Institute is guided by the University’s commitment to: Spirit – Intellect – Purpose.

Konferenz Landeskirchlicher Arbeitskreise Christen und Juden (KLAK)

Der Zusammenschluss von Arbeitskreisen in den Landeskirchen im Bereich der Evangelischen Kirche in Deutschland. Grundlage der Arbeit sind die EKD-Studien "Christen und Juden" I, II und III (Schritte der Erneuerung im Verhältnis zum Judentum, 2000).

Koordinierungsausschuss für christlich-jüdische Zusammenarbeit (Austria)

Der Koordinierungsausschuss für christlich-jüdische Zusammenarbeit ist in Österreich die einzige Organisation im Bereich der Kirchen, die sich ausschließlich dem Dialog zwischen Christinnen, Christen und Jüdinnen und Juden widmet. Lokale Komitees arbeiten in Innsbruck, Salzburg, Linz, Eisenstadt und Graz.