Massah 29 Now Online – ecology, The Mystery of God’s Call, book reviews, and more

The Winter 2010 issue of Massah is now online and available for download, with articles in this issue including:

  • For Your Diary
  • With Ecological Eyes – Elaine M. Wainwright
  • The Mystery of God‘s Call – Brian Arahill
  • Cardinal Receives AJC Award
  • Book Reviews
    • Globalising Hatred: The New Antisemitism by Denis MacShane, reviewed by Christopher Honore
    • The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Music and Love in Nazi Germany by Martin Goldsmith, reviewed by Peter Wedde
    • The Flight by Bryan Malessa, and Pushing Time Away by Peter Singer, reviewed by Lynne Wall
  • Roads That Lead to Cambridge – Lucia Faltin
  • News and Notes
  • Times and Seasons

Massah 26 now online

The Summer 2009 issue of Massah, the Journal of the New Zealand Council of Christians and Jews, is now available for download.  In this issue:

  • Editorial: Lest We Forget
  • For Your Diary: The 2009 Auckland CCJ programme
  • ‘Thank you Jean, Welcome Chris’ A change of Editor for Massah
  • Meetings of the International Council of Christians and Jews
  • Is it Possible to Teach the New Testament without being Anti-Semitic? (Jean Holm)
  • The Middle East Violence – Statement Dr Deborah Weissman
  • Review of Reading (Terry Wall)
  • Berlin’s Night of Broken Crystal (Paul Oestreicher)
  • Auschwitz TIMESONLINE (Ruth Gledhill)
  • On My Bookshelf
  • Turning a Minus into a Plus – The latest Catholic-Jewish Crisis (David Rosen)
  • Purim
  • Film: The Boy in Striped Pyjamas
  • Times and Season