Top: Jewish Supremacy of Major Associations and Movements: Jews Who Run Major Associations: Religious
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(Note: a pillar of "interfaith" Jewish-Christian organizations tends to be the propagandizing of Christian sensitization to Jewish concerns about "anti-Semitism" (underscoring alleged Christian blame for the "Holocaust"), and revision of historical Christian religious texts to accommodate Jewish demands. These types of organizations are typically constructed towards Christian sympathy of Jewish hostility to Christianity. Note that at least two organization directors are rabbis at Christian colleges -- a situation that is reciprocally (read: "priest") unthinkable at a Jewish center of higher learning. Interfaith "dialogue" with Jewry is essentially Christian CONCESSION to Jewish perspective, never the other way around.)
International Fellowship of Christians and Jews,
The Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding,
The Ecumenical Institute for Jewish-Christian Studies,
Jay Phillips Center for Jewish-Christian Learning,
Chrétiens et Juifs pour un Enseignement de l’Estime,
Centre for Jewish-Christian Relations,
The Elijah School for the Study of Wisdom in World Religions,
Interfaith Encounter Association, IEA,
Koordinierungsausschusses für Christlich-Jüdische Zusammenarbeit,
Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel,
"[Chris] Gersten, a Reform Jew, president of the Institute for Religious Values and organizer of last November's  Jewish-Christian dialogue at Catholic University, 'Affirming the Sanctity of Life,' provided specific goals and actions that can be pursued immediately."
"At its opening session on June 10 , the 31st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America elected Joel Belz as moderator. The PCA General Assembly is holding its annual meeting in the Convention Center in Charlotte through June 13. Belz is a ruling elder in Covenant Reformed Presbyterian Church in Asheville, N.C. Belz is chief executive officer at God's World Publications in Asheville. At GWP, where he began work in 1977, Belz founded and pioneered the growth of the God's World newspapers for children, with a weekly paid circulation of nearly a third of a million. In 1986, he founded World magazine, which now has a weekly paid circulation of 130,000. GWP also includes the ministry of God's World Book Club and the World Journalism Institute, started in 1999."
(Note: Boston College is a Jesuit, Catholic University).
Polish Council for Christians and Jews,
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