Immanuel is an organ of religious research in Israel, dedicated to promoting dialogue between Christians and Jews and to disseminating abroad the experience gained in this dialogue. It appears either semi-annually or as a yearbook devoted to a focal theme, and reflects the study programs and research of the Ecumenical Theological Research Fraternity in Israel. Its contributors are Jews and Christians living in Israel, augmented by contributions from others having a direct interest in de Christian-Jewish dialogue in this country.
Immanuel was founded by Jacobus (Coos) Schoneveld, in the year 1972. The last issue (26/27) was published in 1994.
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|26/27||1994||Orthodox Christians and Jews on Continuity and Renewal|
|24/25||1990||The New Testament and Christian-Jewish Dialogue|
|22/23||1989||People, Land and State of Israel. Jewish and Christian Perspectives|
|supplement||autumn 1973||Interfaith Dialogue in Israel - Retrospect and Prospect|