Amy-Jill Levine

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University professor of New Testament and Jewish studies at Vanderbilt University; co-editor of “The Jewish Annotated New Testament”


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Hanukkah and Christmas are overlapping this year, and many religious leaders are saying this is a notable period of reconciliation between two of the Abrahamic traditions.

Bridging the Theological Divide between Jews and Christians

Hanukkah and Christmas are overlapping this year, and many religious leaders are saying this is a notable period of reconciliation between two of the Abrahamic traditions.

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