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March 04, 1983 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Kara - 4,1983 .39

Evangelicals, Orthodox HaveJoint Program it

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Ten Orthodox rabbis and 15
leaders tof the Christian
Evangelical movement met
for nearly two hours at the
Israel Embassy last week
and emerged expressing a
"communality" of interest

in support of the state of Is-
rael.
The event was called an
"historic get-together" by
Rabbi Abner Weiss, of New
York, chairman of the Israel
commission of the Rabbini-
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(RCA), the Orthodox rab-
binical group. He explained
that while Jews, including
some rabbis, have partici-
pated in joint meetings with
Evangelicals in recent
years, this was the first
under the "official
framework" of a rabbinical
organization.
At a press conference held
at the Shoreham Hotel after
the embassy meeting, Weiss
said the RCA had initiated
the meeting in an effort to
develop a joint agenda with
the Evangelicals. While
none was developed at this
meeting, it will be at future
meetings in order to demon-
strate grass roots support
for Israel, Weiss said.
Rabbi Gilbert Klaper-
man, president of the
RCA, said the two groups
feel they can "create sig-
nificant, positive real
pressure" among grass
roots religious Ameri-
cans so that the White
House, where, he said,
President Reagan was a
"real friend of Israel"
and the State Depart-
ment "will respond as it
should."
Ed McAteer, president of
the Religious Round Table,
aid Evangelicals support
Israel not only for
`spiritual" reasons but be-
ause it is in the interests of
he United States to do so.
oth the Jews and the
hristians at the press con-
erence voiced concern at
w hat they said was "pres-
ure" by the Reagan Ad-
m inistration on Israel over
ebanon and the West
ank.
Dr. John Walvoord,
resident of the Dallas
Th eological Seminary, said
Is rael must maintain
erusalem as its capital. He
cl aimed it would be
"r idiculous" to expect Israel
to give up the West Bank.
A ccording to Walvoord, that
w ould be like asking the
.S. to give up Maryland to
th e Soviet Union after
w hich the USSR could train
it s missiles "against our
ca pital."

Weiss said that today's
me eting came out of talks
he had with McAteer. The
Re v. Adrian Rogers, of
Na shville, former president
of the Southern Baptist
Co nvention, stressed that in
the meetings the Jews and
Ch ristians, while support-
ing common goals, would
not "compromise religious
bel iefs."
K laperman said that
pe rhaps Reform and
Co nservative rabbis will
be asked to join the
dia logue. But he noted
tha t this, first meeting
wa s a gathering of two

Stevens Cited
by Yeshiva U.

NEW YORK — Whitney
Stevens, chairman of the
board and chief executive
officer of J. P. Stevens, Inc.,
will receive the Yeshiva
University Distinguished
Service Award at a dinner
in his honor March 16 in
New York.

groups both of which can
be called "fundamen-
talist." He said Orthodox
Jews and Evangelicals
may in the future also
unite on other issues but
it was too soon now to say
what these are.
The effort to increase
grass roots support for Is-
rael will include the various
publications of the people
involved as well as Jews
speaking at Jewish meet-
ings of Evangelicals and
Evangelicals speaking at
Jewish meetings.
One of the major efforts
will be on the Christian
television and radio pro-
grams. John Cummuta, op-
erations manager of the Na-
tional Religious Broadcas-
ters, said his member-
stations are watched and
listened to by more than 50
million Americans. Some of
the Orthodox rabbis are ex-
pected to appear on these
programs.

is estimated that there
were 10 million Jews in the
Middle Ages, before the per-

secutions of the Crusades,
in the areas of the old
Roman Empire.

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