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By Jacob Neusner / Wipf & Stock / 2007
Jacob Neusner, claims that Judeo-Christian dialogue is nonexistent; instead of dialoguing with one another, Christians and Jews have been exchanging monologues—parallel lines that never meet. This is because neither Christians nor Jews have viewed each other sympathetically. He proposes a new way of beginning dialogue by suggesting that Jews and Christians exchange stories in order to better understand one another.