What is EJCR?
Jewish-Christian relations can look back on more than half a century of striking achievements. There are now initiatives and centers all over the world addressing fundamental issues. This is why 2017 is the right moment to launch a comprehensive Encyclopedia of Jewish–Christian Relations in four volumes. Until 2022 international experts at the cutting edge of their discipline will summarize in two hundred entries more than two thousand years of Jewish-Christian interaction, assess the achievements of dialogue and provide joint perspectives and new avenues for the future.
Articles of the Encyclopedia of Jewish-Christian Relations (ECJR) ONLINE version will be published ahead of the completion of the print version, and will be updated twice a year.
EJCR Chief Editors
Rabbi Walter Homolka
Professor of Modern Jewish Thought, executive director of the School of Jewish Theology at the University of Potsdam
Professor of Biblical Theology and director of the Seminar of Catholic Theology at the Free University Berlin
Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies, Vanderbilt University, USA; Affiliated Professor at the Woolf Institute, Cambridge, UK
Professor of Ancient Christianity and director of the Institute Church and Judaism, Humboldt-University Berlin
Former director of the Jewish Museum and professor of Jewish Studies at Free University, Berlin, and Princeton University, Princeton, USA
Professor of Philosophy at the Institute for Mediaeval Theology and Philosophy, Faculty of Catholic Theology at the University of Munich
Managing Editor &
Executive Director EJCR
New Testament in Jewish Perspective
University of Potsdam and Abraham Geiger Kolleg
EJCR Advisory Board Members
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Dr. J. Hoppe
EJCR Editorial Office
Abraham Geiger Kolleg gGmbH