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December 10, 2008

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nightblogger

"Judaism is a vital and political power once again. This presents an important theological problem for Christianity."

I don't really see why. Many Christians see this as one of the eschatalogical signs of the immanence of the parousia. Furthermore most Christians have given up on the idea of clear identification between church and state for some kind of pluralism or secularism. The only remaining problem, that of religious nationalism, is more political than theological.

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