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July 31, 1981 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-07-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
July 31, 196 43'

World Church Council Looks
Kindly on Judeo-Christian Ties

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ject the false perception
that Judaism dried up
when Christianity
emerged"; it acknowl-
edges that Judaism today
"constitutes one of the
major resources for reli-
gious life and thought in
the world"; it repudiates
"the negative images of
the Pharisees" as a grave
distortion; it condemns
anti-Semitism and calls
on "Christians to fight
anti-Semitism with all
their resources"; it re-
pudiates proselytizing;
and, most significantly,
calls upon world Chris-
tendom to understand
"the indissoluble bond

(A Seven Arts Feature)

(Editor's Note: Rabbi
Tanenbaum was one of
two official Jewish ob-
servers at the WCC meet-
ing in London, June 22-
25.)
It will come as a surprise
— a welcome one, indeed —
that the World Council of
Churches' Committee on
the Church and the Jewish
People has adopted a far-
reaching set of "Guidelines
on Jewish-Christian Rela-
tions" that could well be-
come a turning point in the
troubled history between
the WCC and the world
Jewish community.
As a result of pressures
and threats from the PLO
and some Third World na-
tions, the world-council has
generally supported ex-
treme, one-sided, anti- 1
Israel positions.
I
Thanks to the brilliant I
leadership of Prof. Krister
Stendahl of Harvard Uni- I
versity, and committed
friends of the Jewish people
such as Prof. Paul van
Buren of Temple University
and Dr. J. Coos Schoneveld I
of Holland, the WCC com-
mission adopted a. com- I
prehensive statement that
deals sympathetically with
virtually every aspect of I
Jewish-Christian relations.
Thus, the guidelines re-

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