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March 19, 1988 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-19

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FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1988

"The Israel/Zionist Dimen-
sion to the Jewish-Christian
Dialogue" is the theme of a
public forum and panel
discussion set for Monday at
8 p.m. at the Ecumenical In-
stitute for Jewish-Christian
Studies located in the North
Congregational Church,
26275 Northwestern
Highway, Southfield. This
program is presented under
the auspices of the
Ecumenical Institute and the
Metro Detroit District of the
Zionist Organization of
America (ZOA).
Keynote speakers will be
Dr. Eugene Fisher, executive
director, Secretariat for
Catholic-Jewish Relations,
National Conference of
Catholic Bishops, and Rabbi
Stephen Fuchs, senior rabbi,
Cong. Ohabai Shalom,
Nashville, Tenn.
Until 1977, Dr. Fisher was
Director of Catechist Forma-
tion for the Archdiocese of
Detroit, as well as adjunct
professor of Sacred Scripture
at both St. John's Seminary
in Plymouth and the religious
studies department of the
University of Detroit. He
holds a doctorate in Hebrew
culture and education from
New York University. In 1981
he was appointed Consultor
to the Vatican Commission
for Religious Relations with
the Jews, and is the only
American on that
commission.
Rabbi Fuchs served

previously as rabbi of Temple
Isaiah, Columbia, Md. Or-
dained at Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion with an M.A. degree
in Hebrew Letters, Rabbi
Fuchs served as social action
chairman, Mid-Atlantic
Region of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis;
co-chairman of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions' Mid-Atlantic Regional
Committee on Indo-Chinese
Refugee Resettlement, and on
the national advisory com-
mittee, department of inter-
religious affairs, Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions. Both Dr. Fisher and
Rabbi Fuchs have published
articles and books on
religious, social and inter-
faith issues.

Panelists will be Rev. Alex
Brunett, director for
ecumenical and interreligious
affairs, Archdiocese of
Detroit, and pastor of St.
Aidan Roman Catholic
Church, Livonia, and Rabbi
M. Robert Syme, senior rabbi,
Temple Israel, and president
of the ZOA, Metro Detroit
District. Rev. James R. Lyons,
Director of the Ecumenical
Institute, will serve as
moderator.
The program was made
possible by the Jacob Good-
man Institute for Middle East
Research and Information of
the ZOA. The program is open
to the public at no charge.

Israeli To Speak
At Two Symposia

is now associated with their practice.

20

Jewish-Christian Dialogue
Scheduled For Monday

The annual Max M.
Kapustin Memorial Sym-
posium next Thursday will
feature Dr. Zvi Yavetz, direc-
tor of the School of Historical
Studies at Tel Aviv Universi-
ty and a visiting professor at
Wayne State University's
Center for Judaic Studies.
Yavetz will present two ses-
sions on Thursday under the
general theme of "Jewish Ex-
perience and Political Struc-
tures: Ancient and Modern."
A 4 p.m. session in the
Polish Room of WSU's
Manoogian Hall will focus on
"The Jews in Imperial Rome:
A Reappraisal." Following a
break for dinner, participants
will attend the Jewish Com-
munity Council's Delegate
Assembly, 8 p.m. at Temple
Emanu-El. Yavetz will speak
on the historical development

of Arab nationalism and its
implications for the current
Middle East peace process.
Also on the Council
Delegate Assembly agenda is
the report of the nominating
committee for 1988-1989 of-
ficer and executive committee
positions.
Both sessions are open to
the public.

A tank commander in the
Israeli army reserves, Yavetz
has been a candidate for elec-
tion to the Knesset. He has
taught courses at Hebrew
University and holds a doc-
toral degree from Oxford
University.

The Jewish Community
Council is cosponsoring the
Kapustin Memorial Sym-
posium with WSU's Center
for Judaic Studies.

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