In October 2020, the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America released a resource page in response to anti-Semitism. This page explores the relationship between Orthodox Christianity and Judaism through the centuries and today.
The page also features News, Official Orthodox-Jewish Dialogues, Orthodox perspectives, those celebrated as “Righteous Among the Nations,” books, and videos, as well as an original miniseries of panel conversations:
Episode 1: Dr. John Fotopoulos, Archon and Associate Professor Department of Religious Studies & Theology at St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Dr. Amy-Jill Levine, Professor of New Testament & Jewish Studies at Vanderbilt Divinity School, Dr. Margaret M. Mitchell, Distinguished Service Professor of New Testament & Early Christian Literature at the University of Chicago, Dr. Jim Skedros, Professor of Byzantine Studies, Hellenic College Holy Cross School of Theology
Episode 2: Rev. Dr. Brandon Gallaher, Senior Lecturer of Systematic and Comparative Theology at the University of Exeter, Dr. Aaron Hollander, Associate Director of Graymoor Ecumenical and Interreligious Institute & Associate Editor of Ecumenical Trends Journal, Rabbi Noam Marans, Director of Interreligious and Intergroup Relations of the American Jewish Committee, Rev. Dr. Demetrios Tonias, Lecturer of Religious Studies at Hellenic College & Ecumenical Officer of the Metropolis of Boston
Episode 3: Rev. Dr. Michael Azar, Assistant Professor of New Testament and early Patristics in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Scranton, Dr. Paris Chronakis, Lecture in Modern Greek History at Royal Holloway, University of London, Hannah Gais, Senior Research Analyst at the Southern Poverty Law Center & Journalist, Michael Wahid Hanna, Senior Fellow at the Century Foundation and Senior Fellow at Reiss Center on Law and Security, NYU School of Law, Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, Radio Show Host & Executive Vice President of the New York Board of RabbisVisit the page here: https://www.goarch.org/society/antisemitism