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    ICCJ Statement on the Global Ecological Crisis

     

     


    Published August 31, 2019
    by the Executive Board of the International Council
    of Christians and Jews




    Read the statement here ...

     

  • Now online!


    ICCJ Annual Conference 2019 in Lund/Sweden

     

    "Transformations Within and Between:
    How Does Our New Relationship Affect Christian and Jewish Self-Understandings?"

     

    Lectures and more...

     

    (Picture: Coat of Arms, Municipality of Lund / Drawing. ©Vladimir A. Sagerlund, National Archives of Sweden, permission: cc by-sa 3.0)

  • ICCJ Statement

    The Demands of Our Time:
    A Statement on Antisemitism

     

     

    Published February 28, 2019
    by the Executive Board of the International Council
    of Christians and Jews



    Read the statement here (pdf) ...

     
    [ Translations: French, German, Slovacian, Spanish, Portuguese ]

  • Still online!

    ICCJ Conference 2018 Budapest/Hungary

     

    "Towards Reconciliation in a Broken World. Jewish and Christian Contributions to Responsible Citizenship"

     

    Lectures and Picture Gallery...

  • ICCJ Executive Board (f.l.t.r.: Abi Pitum, Bo Sandahl, Liliane Apotheker, Debbie Weissman, Michael Trainor, Pavol Bargár, Shmuel Szteinhendler, Phil Cunningham, Willy Weisz)

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  • Martin-Buber-House – ICCJ's Headquarters in Heppenheim, Germany

    More about the History of the Martin-Buber-House

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News
  • JCRelations.net: December edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: December contributions in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian are online.
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  • JCRelations.net: November edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: October contributions in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian are online.
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  • Annual Lecture of the "Friends and Sponsors of the Martin-Buber-House"

    The Friends and Sponsors of the Martin Buber House and Birgit Meurer from the Buber House invited Dr Martin Bauschke to speak at the Marstall in Heppenheim on the topic “Is the Patriarch a Blessing or a Curse for the People? Abraham and Interreligious Dialogue”.
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  • Antisemitic Attack in Halle, Germany

    The ICCJ echoes the statement by its German national member organization - Deutscher Koordinierungsrat (DKR) - on the terror attack in Halle, Germany.
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  • JCRelations.net: October edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: October contributions in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian are online.
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  • Rosh haShanah 5780

    Rosh haShanah Greetings from the ICCJ President Rev. Dr Bo Sandahl
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  • Back from Lund

    Impressions of the 2019 Conference of the International Council of Christians and Jews by ICCJ's First Vice President.
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  • JCRelations.net: September edition online

    New articles are available on JCRelations.net: September contributions in English, German, French, Spanish and Russian are online.
    [more]

  • ICCJ Statement on the Global Ecological Crisis

    For Christians around the world September 1, the "Day of Prayer for Creation", marks the beginning of the "Season of Creation", an ecumenical initiative of the Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, and Anglican churches that runs through October 4, the Feast of St. Francis.
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  • IAF meets AMANAH

    As part of the events at ICCJ's 2019 annual conference in Sweden the International Abrahamic Forum (IAF) joins with the Project "Amanah" in a learning session on "The Justification of Violence in our Traditions" held in Malmö, Sweden.
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About us

The ICCJ serves as the umbrella organization of 40 national Jewish-Christian dialogue organizations world-wide. The ICCJ member organizations world-wide over the past five decades have been successfully engaged in the historic renewal of Jewish-Christian relations.

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