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Jews, Muslims and Christendom - coming to terms with the past

Among those concerned to evangelise Jews and Muslims, there are a growing number who believe the church's approach must involve a formal, public expression of repentance or apology for the wrongs committed in the name of Christ in the past against Jews and Muslims. Is this correct?

Paul Morris

For Muslims, the focus is on the effects of the Crusades of the 11th century, but for Jews, the history is longer and more complex. As a missionary to the Jews, I want to consider the issues within the Jewish framework, but the principles apply equally to the Muslim experience.