Sunday, March 11 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Bridging the Gap between Jews and Christians: The Reconciliation Work of Bridges for Peace

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For centuries a gap has existed between Jews and Christians. This gap widened as a result of Christian anti-Semitism which left a trail of destruction and grief within the Jewish world. In the last five centuries, particularly since the 1860’s, the tables have begun to turn as Christians around the world began to reject age-old hatreds and replacement theology. Christians passionately came to believe that God is faithful to His covenant to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and thereby would restore the Jewish people in their ancient Land, the culmination of this promise bearing literal fruit on May 14th 1948. Despite this modern-day miracle, fragments of division and mistrust still permeate in Jewish and Christian communities…with Christian anti-Semitism far from being dead. Since 1976, Bridges for Peace has sought to repair this gap by reaching out to Christians and the Jewish community in Israel and around the world.

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Peter Fast

Peter fast is the Deputy National Director with Bridges for Peace Canada, having returned with his family from volunteering with BFP in Israel for over three years. Peter holds degrees from Prairie College, BA in Biblical Studies and a BA in Intercultural Studies. He has completed... Read More →

Sunday March 11, 2018 11:30am - 12:30pm
Room 224 - Second Floor