The Ten Commandments for Jews, Christians, and Others

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Roger E. Van Harn
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2007 M08 28 - 222 páginas
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In this book eminent Jewish and Christian scholars come together to illuminate the Ten Commandments. Roger Van Harn has arranged the volume so that writers from both traditions dialogue over each of the Ten Words. A Christian or a Jew writes a penetrating essay about one of the commandments, followed by a shorter response from a member of the other tradition ? all done, remarkably, without sacrificing either Jewish or Christian identity. Unique for its authentic interfaith dialogue on dogmatic matters, The Ten Commandments for Jews, Christians, and Others offers pertinent guidelines for believing Jews and Christians today, with the goal of stimulating deeper conversation between the two groups. As Van Harn says, ?Listening to one another may hold pleasant surprises that open us to new possibilities.'? Contributors: Carl E. Braaten Roger Brooks Shalom Carmy James A. Diamond Elliot N. Dorff Jean Bethke Elshtain Rochelle L. Millen Richard John Neuhaus David Novak Peter W. Ochs David Patterson Daniel Polish Anathea E. Portier-Young R. R. Reno John K. Roth Byron L. Sherwin Marguerite Shuster R. Kendall Soulen Linn Tonstad Leanne Van Dyk Calvin P. Van Reken Allen Verhey Miroslav Volf Sue Ann Wasserman
 

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the ten words
1
Response
16
The Second Word
23
Response
40
The Third Word
47
The Fourth Word
69
Response
80
The Fifth Word
87
The Sixth Word
113
Response
127
The Seventh Word
135
Response
148
Response
175
Response
194
Response
212
Afterword by Richard John Neuhaus
218

Response
100

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nbsp;Roger E. Van Harnnbsp;(1923-2019) was the pastor of multiple churches, including Grace Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, from 1977 to 1998. He was also the author or editor of several books after his retirement from ministry, including an Eerdmans lectionary commentary series.

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