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March 19, 1982 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, March 19, 1982

ADL Re-Publishes Volume
on Christian Anti-Semitism

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gle for Christian Jewish
understanding by the late
Malcolm Hay, a noted
British Catholic scholar,
simply has refused to die.
It was originally pub-
lished to great acclaim in
1950 as "The Foot of Pride"
and then reprinted as "Thy
Brother's Blood."
In the intervening years
the work attracted a small,
devoted band of people who
felt that its message still
has relevance for a new
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Thanks to their efforts
it has now been reissued
as "The Roots of Chris-
tian Anti-Semitism."
It is the first offering of
the Freedom Library Press,
a new publishing house es-
tablished by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith for the publication of
significant books, whether
original or out-of-print, on
religious or human rela-
tions themes.
More than 200 people —
participants in the ongoing
Jewish-Christian • dialogue
— turned out for a reception
launching both the book
and the Freedom Library in
the ADL headquarters
building and heard addres-
ses on the book and its
theme — the origins of
anti-Semitism in the early
Christian church — by
three persons associated
with its republication.
They were Claire
Huchet-Bishop, a French-
American ;Catholic scholar
who knew Malcolm Hay and
is the author of the book's
foreword; Father Edward H.
Flannery, who wrote the
book's preface and is the
author of "The Anguish of
the Jews," and Rabbi
Ronald B. Sobel, senior
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El,
New York, and chairman of
ADL's national program
committee.
Explaining the reason
for its republication,
Rabbi Sobel, who
chaired the meeting, said
it was due to the persis-
tence of fundamental
Christian ignorance of
modern Jewish living
and the re-emergence of
anti-Semitism as a politi-
cal and cultural force.
Rabbi Sobel said that
many Christians do not
identify Jews and Judaism
with today's Jewish com-
munity but with the pre-
Christian religion they read
about in their Bible.
He added .that "the sig-
nificant increase in anti-
Jewish sentiment and ac-
tivity demands our most
serious attention."
Mrs. Bishop, president
of the Judeo-Christian
Fellowship of France and
former president of the
International Council of
Christians and Jews,
spoke of her long rela-
tionship and corre-
spondence with Mr. Hay
and his widow, Alice Ivy
Hay, mother-in-law of
Orde Wingate, the British
general who trained the
Hagana.
Noting that Mr._Ha-
interest in the Jewi,
people was sparked by his
wife, a Protestant, Mrs.
Bishop described him as a
searcher "valiant for truth"
who sought to eradicate evil
from the church because
people can "only benefit
from facing its defects and
correcting them."
Mrs. Bishop said that the
book is particularly impor-
tant today because "Jews
are the target when the
state of Israel is attacked."
It shows what happens
"when Christian hatred is
built up over 1600 years."

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