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(2011) International handbook of Jewish education, Dordrecht, Springer.

Other religions in Jewish education

Michael Gillis

pp. 561-579

Teaching other religions as an integral part of Jewish education is not a common practice. Where other religions appear at all, this is most often in the context of Jewish history in describing periods in which Jews were persecuted by believers in other religions. Because there is no substantial literature on existing practice to refer to, the present contribution largely attempts to identify some of the central questions and possibilities, together with their broader implications for Jewish education.

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DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-0354-4_32

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Gillis, M. (2011)., Other religions in Jewish education, in H. Miller, L. Grant & A. Pomson (eds.), International handbook of Jewish education, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 561-579.

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