qThis is an invaluable aid in helping readers become better acquainted with key issues involved in the relationship between Judaism and Christianity. It brings together significant discussions of major theological and religious topics that are an integral part of the faith dialogue between Jews and Christians.q qEach topic is treated in two separate essays: one by a Christian scholar; the other by a Jewish scholar, and points of agreement and decisive differences stand out clearly.q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reservedcertainly expects that God knows about human suffering, and will bring relief (Ps 22:1 (22:2 H). ... that once the punishment is complete, and expiation has taken place, reward will come (Is 40:1-2). ... Beginning in chapter 38 God aquot;answersaquot; Job . but these answers are really rhetorical statements a aquot;Where were you when I laid the eartha#39;s foundations? ... Job learns to accept that God who is involved in cosmic responsibilities also cares enough about the human condition to provide aanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Dictionary of the Jewish-Christian Dialogue|
|Author||:||Leon Klenicki, Geoffrey Wigoder|
|Publisher||:||Paulist Press - 1995-01-01|