Some think interfaith dialogue goes nowhere. A veteran rabbi begs to differ.

Some think interfaith dialogue goes nowhere. A veteran rabbi begs to differ.

Some think interfaith dialogue goes nowhere. A veteran rabbi begs to differ.

In his new book, "The Other Peace Process," Ron Kronish, a U.S.-born Israeli rabbi, looks back on a quarter century of what he calls "interreligious peace building" in Israel. (Credit: Photo courtesy of Michele Chabin.)

Ron Kronish, an American-born rabbi in Israel, has devoted much of his life to dialogue among Jews, Muslims and Christians. His new book discusses the merits of dialogue. He says, the Vatican’s increasingly warm relations with Israel, for example, were rooted not only in diplomatic moves but 35 years of “systemic and substantive progress in Jewish-Catholic relations” fostered by hard-working priests and rabbis.

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