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Israele e la Chiesa

Il papa Giovanni Paolo II in Israele

"Non voglio infatti che ignoriate, o fratelli, questo mistero...l'indurimento di una parte di Israele è in atto fino a che saranno entrate tutte le genti. Allora tutto Israele sarà salvato... Quanto al Vangelo, essi sono nemici, per vostro vantaggio, ma quanto alla elezione, sono amati, a causa dei padri, perchè i doni e la chiamata di Dio sono irrevocabili." (Rm 11,25-29)

Articoli sulla Chiesa e il popolo ebreo e sul ruolo di Israele nel piano di salvezza di Dio. Vedi anche la presentazione multimediale: Il matrimonio definitivo: La drammatica storia d'amore tra Israele e la Chiesa

Michael WyschogrodGod has tied His saving and redemptive concern for the welfare of all men to His love for the people of Israel. Only those who love the people of Israel can love the God of Israel. Israel is thus God's first-born, most precious in His eyes.

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IsraelThe present article is a compilation of Old Testament verses that refer to God's promise of the Land of Israel to the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob—the Jewish people. 

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Star of David MosaicThe words "Israel" and "Israelite" occur 77 times in the New Testament. Is "Israel" ever used as a synonym for the Church? How many times does the NT use the expression "new Israel" or "true Israel" to refer to the Church?

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Nostra AetateMany today are unaware of the tumultuous history of the Declaration Nostra Aetate and how it was initially intended to exclusively address the relationship of the Church with the Jewish people. This paper examines the origins and development of the Declaration on the Jews and how it eventually became the Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions.

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Fr. Peter HockenSince the inception of the Toward Jerusalem Council II initiative, the involvement of Catholics has been a stumbling block for many – both Evangelical Christians with no love for Rome and Messianic Jews who are very conscious of the sufferings of the Jewish people at the hands of the Catholic Church.  Fr. Peter Hocken explains why it is essential for Catholics to be involved in TJCII.

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Christian ZionismThe People of God of the flesh stand surety for the People of God in the spirit, not only as witnesses to scriptural promise but as the living root of the Church. As Christians see it, God taught the idea of a People of God through the Jews, and the Jews' continuing existence is both a perpetual reminder of that ­lesson and a guarantee that God keeps his promises.

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Israel and the Middle East"Do not take your eyes off of Israel, because I never remove mine from the people who gave me birth.  Nor do I remove my protecting hand.  However, now they are surrounded by enemies, far stronger than any described in the bible, and they are deciding what needs to be done. If only they knew to call on me!  If only they had devotion to me, I could lead them on safe paths."

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P. Carlo Colonna, s.j.Il nuovo Tempio sarà eretto, quando il Giudaismo e il Cattolicesimo saranno uniti per annunziare l’unica Parola di Dio e l’unico Messia, per cantare l’unica Gloria di Dio, che risplende in tutte le opere compiute nel Giudaismo e nel Cattolicesimo sia le sue grandi opere di Misericordia sia le sue grandi opere di Giudizio a causa dei peccati degli uomini.

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Fr. Frédéric Manns, OFMFaced with the "already here" of the Church, Israel is the witness of the "not yet". The Jewish people and the Christian people are thus in a situation of mutual imitation. Christians rejoice in the "already here", while the Jews remember the "not yet".

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GerusalemmeAlcune recenti locuzioni, presumibilmente espresse da Gesù e Maria, parlano di Israele e del Popolo Ebraico come centro di drammatici eventi che presto accadranno nel mondo. Potrebbero queste parole essere un campanello d'allarme alla Chiesa e al mondo?

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Jerusalem and the Dome of the RockAlcune recenti locuzioni, presumibilmente espresse da Gesù e Maria, parlano di Israele e del Popolo Ebraico come centro di drammatici eventi che presto accadranno nel mondo. Potrebbero queste parole essere un campanello d'allarme alla Chiesa e al mondo?

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