Christians Becoming Better Jewish Allies after the Tree of Life Tragedy

The shootings on Oct. 27, 2018 at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh broke our hearts. Many of you may have felt frozen and unable to be effective allies in the face of this violence. But Christians can make a difference – and it starts with you.

Webinar from Nov. 12, 2018

WEBINAR GUIDES:

Rabbi Sara Abrams and Dr. Wil Gafney

Watch this webinar replay with Rabbi Sara Abrams and Dr. Wil Gafney to learn more how to be an effective ally and partner.

 

This webinar will offer a Jewish voice and perspective on how Christians can make a difference in inter-religious dialogue, plus a Christian voice on biblical interpretation and how to interpret the Bible without being anti-Jewish.

 

A lot of Christians do not realize that ‘standard’ biblical interpretations contribute to anti-Jewish sentiments – don’t be one of them. 

Suggestions and ideas? Do you want to take your partnership to a deeper level? Or just get on our mailing list for future opportunities? Reach out to the Director of Online Learning at DSF, Rev. Dr. Katy E. Valentine, at kvalentine@dsf.edu

This webinar was sponsored by DSF.

Does This Describe You?

The recent shootings at Tree of Life Synagogue broke our hearts.  Many of you may have felt frozen and unable to be effective allies in the face of this violence.  But Christians can make a difference – and it starts with you.  

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