- Ecumenical, liturgical Christian audience—particularly Roman Catholics, Episcopalians, and Lutherans
- Addresses challenges of Jewish/Christian reconciliation
- Excellent resource for adult faith formation in general and interfaith couples in particular
A desire and demand to know more about the Jewish legacy of Christian identity is growing among laity. A similar desire to foster interfaith understanding and dialogue is growing among leaders of local churches.
Why is there a Menorah on the Altar? seeks to meet these demands by providing information and insight about Judaism’s legacy as it is revealed in Christian rites, rituals, and traditions.
Drawing upon scripture and historical sources, this book explains how Judaism has influenced the structure of liturgical worship; the design and décor of church sanctuaries; and how Baptism, Eucharist, and Confirmation find their roots in Judaism. Includes questions for reflection; activities for individuals or groups; and easy-to-follow timelines.
|Dimensions:||5" x 7½"|
Church Publishing, Inc.
|1-2 copies||18.00 each|
|3-5 copies||17.00 each|
|6+ copies||16.00 each|
Meredith Gould is a sociologist and author of seven books, including The Word Made Fresh: Communicating Church and Faith Today, by Morehouse Publishing. In addition to writing about faith, she provides communications counsel to the healthcare industry. She lives in Princeton, New Jersey.