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01 November

| 2011 | 17:00

Symposium: Christians and Christianity in the Jewish State

  • Free
  • Public
  • Radak 20, Jerusalem
  • Free
  • Public
  • Radak 20, Jerusalem
Symposium: Christians and Christianity in the Jewish State
The Jerusalem Institute will be hosting an annual lecture in memory of Daniel Rossing, Founder and General Director of the Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations.
 
And the book launch of:
Christians and Christianity in the Jewish State: Israeli Policy towards the Churches and the Christian Communities (1948-2010) by researcher Dr. Amnon Ramon, published by the Jerusalem Institute and the Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations
 
Thursday, 16 Heshvan 5773, 1 November 2011
5:00pm – 7:00pm
Teddy Kollek Auditorium, Jerusalem Institute, 20 Radak Street, Jerusalem
 
Chair: Hana Bendcowsky, Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations
 
• Greetings: Prof. Yaacov Bar-Siman-Tov,
Head of the Jerusalem Institute
 
• In Memory of Daniel Rossing
Hussam Elias, Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian Relations
 
• The Armenian Community of Jerusalem: Transformations, Problems, and Challenges in the Jewish State
Adv. Kevork Nalbandian, Armenian Quarter, Jerusalem
 
• The Arab-Christian Communities in Northern Israel and Their Relations with the State of Israel
Adv. Essam Abu-Nassar, Nazareth
 
• “Absent Present”: The Teaching of Christianity in the Israeli Education System
Dr. Orit Ramon, Department of History, Philosophy, and Jewish Studies at the Open University
 
• Christians and Christianity in the Jewish State: A Historical and Contemporary Perspective 
Dr. Amnon Ramon, Jerusalem Institute, Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi, and the Department of Comparative Religion, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 
The event will be conducted in Hebrew.
 
Please RSVP your participation
Tel: 02-5630175 (ext. 11,13)
 
(Parking near Jerusalem Theater on Chopin Street)