Amy-Jill Levine

Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies, Vanderbilt University

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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.

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