Yes, Israel and Jews figure prominently in the religious imagination of America's 60 million white adult evangelicals. But it's not all about the Second Coming
Christians and Jews
One of the greatest living scholars of the Talmud, Daniel Boyarin ponders the place where the two traditions were born, in brotherly rivalry but with a common biblical origin
Followers from as far as Haiti, Tanzania and the Czech Republic gathered at Mount Precipice for a chance to see and even be healed by the popular Nigerian TV figure T.B. Joshua
Temitope Balogun Joshua, arguably one of the most popular TV figures in Africa and Latin America, is set to hold two events at a Christian site in the city
The evangelical crusade making its way from Alabama to the Supreme Court will force American Jews to submit to their distinctly Christian anti-abortion dogma
Urging 'God-fearing Jews' to refrain from grieving, leading religious-Zionist figure invokes 13th-century Talmud book burning as possible reason for the devastating blaze
Ahead of releasing the actual proposal, the U.S. administration is urging everyone from evangelical supporters to a doubting Arab public to ‘remain open-minded.’ Here is how it’s trying to win them over
Pope Francis also told members of an American Jewish group that it is sinful for Christians to hold anti-Semitic beliefs
Pius XII has been criticized for apparently doing little to stop Nazi crimes, but researchers hope archives being opened next year confirm or disprove indirect attempts to help Jews and condemn Germany
The visit by a group of American pastors to Azerbaijan this week is the latest instance of outreach from the Muslim world, following prior visits to Egypt, the UAE, Jordan and Saudi Arabia — and it is not all about gaining access to the Trump administration
Some Jews have accused Pius, who reigned from 1939 to 1958, of turning a blind eye to the Holocaust during World War Two by not speaking out forcefully ■ The archives will open on March 2, 2020
The Million Dollar Question: With Their Rabbi Gone, Will Evangelicals Still Open Their Wallets to Israel?
Yechiel Eckstein built a billion dollar philanthropic empire by being the first to tap into Christian love for Israel. Will his daughter be able to sustain the momentum now that he's gone?
The judges cited public-order concerns about the work being shown at a museum, saying a city must prevent offense to local people
‘I kind of fell into it,’ says Robert Alter of his decades-long project of retranslating the Bible, ensuing from a request to write ‘about Genesis or Kafka’
In the beginning there was a 4th-century Latin translation of the Hebrew Bible, but over the millennia a myriad English translations 'moved vpon the water'
After Trump, Duterte, Orban and Salvini, Israel's PM packs his hug-a-fascist club with Bolsonaro. And Israel can offer plenty of experience on how to tame Brazil's streets, from border riots to full-blown intifada
Even the researchers could hardly believe the findings: 23% of Latin America's urban population could be descendants of Conversos – Spanish Jews forced to convert to Christianity
In this part of the world, where Christmas was invented by non-Christian Middle Easterners of color, there are those on warring sides who want all of us to believe that coexistence is a sham, a lie, impossible. Not true
Local tourists are flocking to Christian sites in Nazareth and Jerusalem’s Old City in record numbers this December, looking to sample that unique festive spirit
Whether online or at actual brick-and-mortar facilities in the Holy Land, thousands of evangelical Christians are increasingly turning to Jewish educators in pursuit of ‘authentic Torah teaching’
The nurse from an Isle of Man family would undergo both Reform and Orthodox conversions, but the Old Lion’s wife Paula never considered her a real Jew
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A young American on her first trip outside the U.S., and a German expat living on the fringes of capitalist society
Roszak, a member of the Righteous Among the Nations, was among nuns who opened their convent to future partisans of Vilna
The area was known as ‘Jerusalem of Argentina.’ Some hoped that Moises Ville would become the hub of an autonomous Jewish district. These days, all that's left are a gravestone maker who has no work, an aging gaucho and, above all, memories
Millennial Evangelicals are not as automatically supportive of Israel as their parents' generation was. Evangelical groups are taking action - some trying to secure young Evangelicals' love of the Jewish state, others to get them to learn about Palestinians
For three centuries, the Jews of Switzerland were only allowed to live in two villages. This is their unique story of resistance and survival in the face of persecution
Wine grapes with roots in antiquity are becoming part of an ideological identity struggle: Are these heirloom varieties Israeli or Palestinian?
The one where Gal Gadot plays Lisa after Bart sees Jesus and sells the movie rights to three Christian producers
Participants dress in their countries' traditional garb and carry their national flags, while local Israelis watch one of the city's most colorful events of the year
Opinion Monotheism Is Seen as Judaism's Gift to the World. But Has It Really Brought Peace and Harmony?
Monotheism is widely considered more moral and rational than polytheism. But a controversy in Germany is raising the question whether the belief in one God actually leads to fanaticism and violence