Kronika Wydarzeń Bieżących

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14 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection IV

Alon Goshen-Gottstein: There is a special power in the coming together of religious leaders in their diversity to deliver a message at a given point in time, especially a time of global crisis. Forty important voices are taking part in this project. I am grateful to editors of Tablet magazine for their eagerness to feature the project in its entirety. Together, we set out to answer seven questions:

Coronaspection: Introspection III

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12 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection III

There is a special power in the coming together of religious leaders in their diversity to deliver a message at a given point in time, especially a time of global crisis. Forty important voices are taking part in this project. I am grateful to editors of Tablet magazine for their eagerness to feature the project in its entirety. (Alon Goshen-Gottstein, Executive Director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, Israel, is the author of The Jewish Encounter with Hinduism: History, Spirituality, Identity.)

The Polish Police Force

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11 czerwca 2020 r.

Haaretz - The Polish Police Force Had a Key Role in the Nazi Final Solution, Explosive New Research Shows

Haaretz: Jan Grabowski appeared on the cover of a right-wing Polish magazine at the end of May. The face of the Polish-born historian took up a large amount of the cover, against the background of a threatening black-and-white photograph from the period of World War II. “A Lie Without Punishment,” blared the headline of the mass-circulation newsweekly Do Rzeczy, and the subhead added, “In his book about the ‘Blue’ Police, Jan Grabowski again accuses the Poles of having taken part in the Holocaust.”

coronaspection - leaders

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5 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection II

There is a special power in the coming together of religious leaders in their diversity to deliver a message at a given point in time, especially a time of global crisis. Forty important voices are taking part in this project. I am grateful to editors of Tablet magazine for their eagerness to feature the project in its entirety. (Alon Goshen-Gottstein, Executive Director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, Israe)

Coronawirus

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1 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection I

There is a special power in the coming together of religious leaders in their diversity to deliver a message at a given point in time, especially a time of global crisis. Forty important voices are taking part in this project. I am grateful to editors of Tablet magazine for their eagerness to feature the project in its entirety. (Alon Goshen-Gottstein, Executive Director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, Israel)

Stanisław Krajewski w Tatrach

Na stronie od 2020-06-07

7 czerwca 2020 r.

Nieustajaca aktualnosc Tory (Behaalotcha)

Trudno jest oczywiście zestawiać Mojżesza z obecnymi politykami, bo według Biblii jego rola wynikała z woli Stwórcy, który jest suwerennym władcą świata. Takiej wizji nie akceptuje bardzo wielu współczesnych ludzi, w tym oczywiście Żydów. Jednak pewna paralela jest możliwa: obecnie powszechnie uważa się, że suwerenem jest naród, a w bardziej praktycznym ujęciu – ogół wyborców. To od tego suwerena – poprzez wybory – pochodzi uzasadnienie roli, którą sprawuje przywódca. Warto podkreślić, że rozwój żydowskiej tradycji też idzie w tym samym kierunku. Im później, tym ważniejsi są ludzie: interwencja Boga jest coraz bardziej pośrednia aż w końcu praktycznie zanika i to ludzie mają o wszystkim decydować. (Stanisław Krajewski)

Coronaspection

Na stronie od 2020-06-06

5 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: World Religious Leaders Look Inward During a Time of Global Hardship

One of the most important insights of the Coronaspection project, which brings together 40 world religious leaders for their insights on faith during the time of the coronavirus, has to do with the sense of solidarity and interconnectedness of humanity. Unity is one outcome that almost all participants recognize, and this unity extends also to some significant dimension of unity across religions. United in their struggle with the spiritual challenges of one virus, religious leaders of different traditions share their particular vision across religious boundaries. by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations (CCJR) - lo

Na stronie od 2020-06-05

5 czerwca 2020 r.

CCJR Statement: A Message of Faith and Hope

In light of the overwhelming pain at the murder of George Floyd ICCJ's member organization in the United States, the Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations (CCJR), published a statement that the ICCJ disseminates with heartfelt sympathy.

ICCJ offices Martin Buber House Heppenheim

Na stronie od 2020-06-05

28 czerwca 2020 r.

ICCJ Webinar: Digital Interreligious Dialogue?

Martin-Buber-House, Heppenheim, June 5, 2020.
Sunday, June 28, 2020 at 6 p.m. U.T.C.
[Heppenheim: 8 pm; Jerusalem: 9 pm; Los Angeles: 11 am; New York: 2 pm; Santiago de Chile: 2 pm]

Tikvah Online Academy

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7 czerwca 2020 r.

Tikvah Online Academy

Highest-level seminars in the world for middle school and high school students interested in Jewish ideas, Zionism, and American democracy. Small classes, master teachers, and spirited discussions—all online.

ICCJ offices Martin Buber House Heppenheim

Na stronie od 2020-06-05

5 czerwca 2020 r.

ICCJ poleca do przeczytania w czerwcu

New articles are available on JCRelations.net: June contributions in English, German, French, Spanish, and Russian are online.

Synagoga et Ecclesia

Na stronie od 2020-06-04

11 czerwca 2020 r.

Remembering a Momentous Moment

Sixty years ago, the French educator and historian, Prof. Jules Isaac had a private audience with Pope John XXIII. The Jewish scholar presented a summary of his research into the Christian “teaching of contempt” for Jews and Judaism that had prevailed for centuries.
A webinar cosponsored by the Cardinal Bea Centre for Judaic Studies of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome and the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations of Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia