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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-28

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14. Friday, January:78 i 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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TANENBAUM

(A Seven Arts Feature)

There has developed a
large literature by Chris-
tian theologians on their
new understanding of Jews
and Judaism, but no paper
has been as far-reaching
and impactful, in my judg-
ment, as that presented by
Prof. Paul van Buren at the
unprecedented conference
of Christian and Jewish
seminarians in Dallas, Jan.
10-13.
Entitled, "Theological
Education for the Church's
Relation to the Jewish
People," Prof. van Buren of
Temple University chal-
lenged Christian seminary
faculty and studdents to re-

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conceptualize radically
their entire curricula teach-
ing abo at Jews and Judaism
and the relationship of
Christianity to Judaism.
"Contradicting ancient
church teaching that God
had cast off his people Is-
rael, and displaced them in
his favor with a new Israel,"
the Episcopalian professor
wrote, "since Vatican Coun-
cil II the church has pro-
claimed that the covenant'
between God and the
Jewish people is eternal.
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and Catholics, and on both
sides of the Atlantic.
When one considers the
staggering implications
of this about-face, it is

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hard to think of a more
fundamental change that
has overtaken the church
since the First Century.
"Since the ancient love af-
fair between God and Israel
is still on," Dr. van Buren
adds, "we are being shaken
into a new understanding of
God's and our own relation-
ship to the Jewish people."
In his 31-page paper, he
spells out in theological
specifics how the entire
teaching, preaching and
practices of the church
toward Jews and Judaism
must be fundamentally re-
cast.

NY Arts School
Celebrates 30th

By HEIDI WALESON
(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

The 1982-1983 season
marks the 30th anniversary
of the Hebrew Arts School
in New York.
Dr. Tzipora Jochsberger,
the German-born and
Israel-trained composer and
educator founded the
school, which began in two
borrowed classrooms in
1952.
As its size and curriculum
increased, it made several
moves around the city. In
1978, the school opened its
own building, a gift from
industrialist and school
trustee Abraham Goodman,
in the Lincoln Center area.
The $3.5 million bUilding
houses nine classrooms, two
dance studios, 22 instru-
mental studios, a small con-
cert hall and a library, in
which Dr. Jochsberger
plans to create an archive of
Jewish composers.
Individual courses of
study are devised for
each of the 350 Hebrew
Arts School students. The
children, age 5-18, attend
after scho
ol on weekdays
and all day Sunday. They
receive private instru-
mental instruction, and
study choral singing,
dance, art, theater,
Jewish music and music
theory.
The faculty includes
members of the New York
Philharmonic and other
major orchestras, as well as
a number of Soviet emigre
musicians. The school also
offers an adult education
program and a teacher-
training institute.

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
More than 1,000 inquiries
have been received by the
United Jewish Council
(UJC) of Manhattan's
Lower East Side for the 128
apartments in a housing
project which the UJC is
co-sponsoring with the
Bialystoker Synagogue.

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for any inconvenience it
may haVe caused.

Lewis Credited
for Change
in Israel Stance

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— The Washington Post
credited U.S. Ambassador
Samuel Lewis with chang-
ing Israel's stance on
negotiating with the
Lebanese in Jerusalem over
the withdrawal of Israeli
troops froth Lebanon.
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sador Lewis' background
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tively changed iIsraeli pub-
lic opinion against the
Begin government position
demanding negotiations in
Jerusalem.

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