When I suggested a Jewish opinion on Christianity thread this is one of the items I had in mind to discuss.
This week Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, Chairman and Founder of the International Federation of Christians and Jews was in town to reassure Jews that Christians were nice people and had no hidden agenda in their support for Israel. As the event was hosted by a Baptist Church, yours truly did not attend as well as many others I know.
Our area Reformed and Conservative congregations seem to be spending a lot of time promoting interfaith gatherings, dinners and lectures. The Orthodox and Hassidim tend to shy away form these activities and I can understand that.
So, do you support or attend such activities or think they are of any value?