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Tuesday, March 5 • 16:45 - 18:45
#5/196 – Reconsidering the Jewish-Christian Dialogue in an Ecumenical Context: New Ways, Old Questions

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In this panel, we address the old/new question of how to conduct the confrontation between the Jewish and Christian faiths: through mission and dialogues? Through dialogue only? But for what purpose? How has the encounter with the Jewish ‘other’ shaped Christian understandings of the Church, especially in Roman Catholic theology after Vatican II? How does the durable mission of Israel pre-empt the Christian mission towards Israel? What might be the role of the Holy Spirit for this specific dialogue? Within the variety of Protestant theologies and denominations, in what new ways are the old questions reconsidered? The speakers of this ecumenical panel will allow time for a Q&A session in English and French and will make available handouts in English.

Chair:
• Alberto Melloni (Unimore / Fscire)

Panelists:
• Anne Marie Reijnen (Institut Catholique de Paris) - La confession chrétienne de Jésus le juif: réflexions à partir de la christologie de F. W Marquardt 
• Pablo Arteaga (Pontificia Università Gregoriana) - Les concepts juifs de Ruah haQodesh et de Shekhinah comme racines de la pneumatologie chrétienne. Un regard sur la théologie d’Yves Congar 
• Luc Forestier (Institut of Ecumenical Studies, Paris) - Israël, un État juif ? La pertinence ecclésiologique des débats sur l’État d’Israël 
• Thérèse Andrevon Gottstein (Yad Ben Zvi Jerusalem / ICP Paris) - La mission d’Israël interdit-elle la mission vers Israël?

Language: French, with English handouts (question could be in Italian too)

Moderators
AM

Alberto Melloni

Unimore / Fscire

Speakers
AM

Anne Marie Reijnen

Institut Catholique de Paris
PA

Pablo Arteaga

Pontificia Università Gregoriana
LF

Luc Forestier

Institut of Ecumenical Studies, Paris
TA

Thérèse Andrevon Gottstein

Yad Ben Zvi Jerusalem / ICP Paris


  Panel
  • Language French
  • Language French