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Editorial Reviews

In 2004, Mel Gibson’s film The Passion of the Christ stirred much debate about Christians’ attitudes toward Jews regarding Christ’s crucifixion. Leave it to the esteemed 92nd Street Y of New York to attempt to cut through the rancor and delve deeper.
In this audiobook recording of a live presentation that occurred in 2004, Episcopalian journalist Jon Meacham leads a discussion between Eugene Korn (a rabbi who works for greater inter-faith dialogue), and John Pawlikowski (a Catholic priest who works on the same mission) about the issues surrounding the issues surrounding the controversial film. Film buffs and those interested in religion will find this discussion totally relevant today.
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Publisher's Summary

What really happened between the Jews and Jesus at the time of the Passion? How is modern day Judaism shaped by its relationship with Christianity? These questions and more are tackled from a variety of perspectives, including those of Jon Meacham, John Pawlikowski, and Eugene Korn. This group of religious scholars lend their perspectives on the issues raised by Mel Gibson's film The Passion of the Christ.
© and (P)2006 92nd Street Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association
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