Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies

Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies

About Us

jcs-logo--001Founded in 1953 at Seton Hall, we've been developing, encouraging and increasing the collaborative peace-building efforts of Jewish and Christian scholars for 60 years. Learn more »


Research and Publication

research--58x58--001We’ve been fostering a positive understanding of Judaism and the Jewish people and promoting mutual Jewish-Christian understanding through scholarly research and publications since our inception. Learn more »


In-Depth Study and Education

in-depth--58x58--001We founded the first and only Graduate Program in Jewish-Christian Studies in the U.S., which continues to serve as a model for eliminating prejudice through understanding. Learn more »


Engagement and Collaboration

Engagement and CollaborationOur programs inform scholars and theologians and instruct educators, students and the general public about various facets of Jewish-Christian studies and relations. Learn more »


Institute's Annual Newsletter

Institute Newsletter CoverLearn more about our recent projects, events and how we've been promoting peace on a global scale for the past 60 years. View the Newsletter »


Jewish-Christian Studies Newsletter

Fall 2013 Department Newsletter CoverRead the latest news and updates in the Jewish-Christian Studies Graduate Program. View the newsletter »

News and Events

Fr. Lawerence Frizzell
Sister Rose Thering Award to Fr. Frizzell

Father Lawrence Frizzell, Dir. of the Jewish-Christian Studies Program, to receive Sister Rose Thering Education Award.

A Dance of Hope
A Dance of Hope Comes to SOPAC

Seton Hall co-sponsors an inspiring event by choreographer Carolyn Dorfman on November 13. Get your free tickets today!


Our Founding Director

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