Chapter 4 of the Declaration Nostra Aetate of the Second Vatican Council marks a decisive turn of the relations between Catholics and Jews. Numerous books and articles have tried to discuss the application of this declaration 50 years after its proclamation by Pope Paul VI. on October 28, 1965, to take stock. Nostra Aetate has also been recorded by Orthodox theologians, as some articles attest. After skimming the initiated implementation of this chapter through the ensuing Jewish-Catholic dialogue, we will introduce the Jewish Orthodox. We will distinguish the Judeo-Christian dialogue at the universal level and at the local level. For the Jewish-Catholic dialogue at the local level, we will examine the situation in France and for the Jewish-Orthodox dialogue the situation in Romania. In view of the connection between theology and history, we will mention not only the texts related to this dialogue, but also some events that have favored or slowed it down.
- Nostra aetate
- Dialogue Catholic Jews
- Orthodox Christians-Jews Dialogue
- ecumenic Dialogue
- Revision of Liturgy
Gabriel Rabo, Dionysius Jakob Bar Şalibi, Syrischer Kommentar zum Römerbrief. Einleitung, Editionen und Übersetzung mit einem Verzeichnis der syrischen Handschriften zu seinen sämtlichen Werken, Göttinger Orientforschungen I. Syriaca (Hrg. M. Thamke), Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden 2019, 503 S., ISBN 078–3-447–11223–9 Jens Schröter, Benjamin A. Edsall and Joseph Verheyden (eds.), Jews and Christians – Parting Ways in the First Two Centuries CE?: Reflections on the Gains and Losses of a Model, Beihefte zur Zeitschriftfür die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 253, De Gruyter, Berlin 2021, 409 S., ISBN: 978-3-11-074213-8