Dear Friend, The good news is that we see daily evidence that the work of the American Alliance of Jews and Christians (AAJC) is blessed. We are seeing results that we didn’t get back when we started. There is so much more openness, friendship, participation and gratitude for the AAJC than we used to see. […]
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The following appeared in Jewish in Seattle magazine, the August/September 2018, edition. The question posed to Rabbi Daniel Lapin was, “Is Evangelical support good for the Jews?” Forgive me for conforming to the rabbinic stereotype of answering a question with a question but when you ask “…good for the Jews?” which Jews do you mean?
“Don’t disturb me now!” How often have we used that phrase? Looking back, whenever we’ve muttered, “Don’t disturb me now,” hasn’t it usually been said to a child? The years inevitably go by and eventually you wish that your child would disturb you now. Occasionally, we might say it to a spouse. Then the...
I am certainly not a Winston Churchill. I am not even a Jean Francois Revel. I am having enough trouble just trying to be a Lapin. But I am issuing a very serious warning about a problem with deep consequences, just as they did. It is a warning about the earliest stages of what could
Dear Friend— With our uniquely American celebration—Thanksgiving—fast approaching, I want to thank you for your consistent and generous support of my work here at the American Alliance of Jews and Christians. This year we have been focusing our efforts on these four challenges: Teaching Jews what Christians do for Israel and the fight against anti-Semitism.