What significance does the city have with Judaism, Christianity, and Islam? Can the claims to Jerusalem of these religious traditions be reconciled?
Dr. Raphael Jospe is a professor of Jewish philosophy at Ariel University. He received his Ph.D. from Brandeis University, and is the author of 8 books in Jewish philosophy. Dr. Jospe's inter-religious activities have included lecturing at the Vatican for the Israeli Foreign Ministry. He and his wife live in Jerusalem and have seven children, and he is a major in the Israeli Defense Forces Reserve.
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