Many thinkers have noted that the “historic role of the Jews” as it appears in the Christian tradition, both on a theological and a general...

Why did Heine become a Christian? We can discount many of the usual motives that lead to conversion. .Heine did not expect any financial advantage....

Nothing about the Jews is fixed, not even the reactions they evoke. The metropolis with its Jewish masses, the small town with its dozen families,...

The Same Old Story Barabbas: A Novel of the Time of Jesus. by Emery Bekessy. Translated from the German by Richard and Clara Winston. New York, Prentice-Hall, 1946....

Wishing Will Make it So The Miracle of the Bells. By Russell Janney. New York, Prentice-Hall, 1946. 497 pp. $3.00. John Brunini, director of the Catholic Poetry Society, says,...

Our Biblical Ancestors Light From The Ancient Past: The Archaeological Background Of The Hebrew-Christian Religion. By Jack Finegan. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1946. 50 0 pp. $5.00. During the...

The short essays and notes printed below—for the first time in English—are taken from a small selection of Koigen’s Jewish writings that Schocken Verlag published...

The question in my title will perhaps seem odd; that I ask it at this time is the result of a cobbler not having stuck...

A Judeo-Christian Civilization? One Destiny: An Epistle To The Christians. by Sholem Asch. New York, G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1945. 88 pp. $1.50. One of the most dangerous features...