Ch. 1. Anti-Judaism, Antisemitism: History, Roots, and Cures -- Ch. 2. Between Religions: Xenophobia or Reverence? -- Ch. 3. Christology and Interreligious Reverence -- Ch. 4. Gabriel Moran and Religious Education for Reverence -- Ch. 5. The Genius of Judaism -- Ch. 6. Practice for Reverence -- Afterword: Can Jews Revere Christians?
The idea for this book arose out of the author''s fifteen years of sustained engagement in Jewish-Christian relations. His purpose here is to speak about the practice of religious education in the church in which anti-Judaism is eliminated. O''Hare focuses on ""the holiness of the religious community"" which, he notes, can develop along triumphal, absolute, and exclusive lines. He suggests instead that ""every time we unearth a defensive and xenophobic practice or pattern of speech in our religion and set it aside, we are doing something that adds to the health of our religious community, to i