Revista de Teologia 9 (16):5-26 (2015)

On the path of the continued application of the Second Vatican Council’s Document Nostra Aetate, which turns 50, presenting a deepening biblical material based on written and oral tradition of the Jews and the Church's teaching from the same Vatican II up to the present days, by confirming the teaching of the last Popes, narrowing the route of mutual regard and friendship in dialogue with Judaism and the common heritage present in the Pentateuch and in all the Holy Scriptures.
Keywords Diálogo Inter-religioso  Cristianismo  Judaísmo  Oral Tradition  Tradição Oral  Judaism  Torah  Inter religious Dialogue  Christianity
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