For the first time since the Second Vatican Council changed Christian teachings toward Judaism and the Jewish people 50 years ago, a group of Orthodox rabbis have issued a public statement advocating partnership with Christians and appreciating the religious value of Christianity.
Published on the website
of the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation
(CJCUC) in Israel, “To Do the Will of Our Father in Heaven: Toward a
Partnership between Jews and Christians” is signed by more than 25
prominent Orthodox rabbis in Israel, United States, and Europe, It calls
for cooperation between Jews and Christians to address the moral and
religious challenges of our times. The proclamation’s authors are inviting fellow Orthodox rabbis to join in signing the statement.