The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies announces the recent launch
of its new Facebook page featuring highlights and announcements
regarding the Institute's various programs, initiatives and events as
well as the latest news in the fields of biblical scholarship and
Jewish-Christian studies and relations. Through Facebook’s timeline
feature, visitors to the Wall will also be able to explore the
Institute’s milestones beginning with its founding in 1953.
"We are very excited about utilizing our new Facebook page to further
advance our mission of developing, encouraging and increasing the
collaborative peace-building efforts of Jewish and Christian scholars,
theologians, educators and students," said the Institute's director, The
Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell. "This Social Media platform gives us a
tremendous opportunity to build an online community and to connect on a
regular basis with both new and longtime friends and supporters."
The Institute furthers its mission through three primary program
areas: research and publication; in-depth study and education; and
engagement and collaboration. "We are looking forward to developing a
new network of friends on Facebook, telling them about the work we do
and inviting them to join us in promoting justice and peace throughout
our world," Frizzell said. "As we celebrate our 60-year anniversary
throughout 2013, we are eager to progressively develop and leverage this
global platform as we interact with our students, supporters and the
general public in an innovative and meaningful way."
The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that
was established at Seton Hall University in 1953 and is the founder of
the only Jewish-Christian Studies graduate program in the United States,
which continues to serve as a model for eliminating prejudice through
To learn more about the Institute, please visit and "Like" their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/JudaeoChristianStudies.
About the Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies
The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies is a leading center of
expertise that has been promoting peace for 60 years. In partnership
with Seton Hall University, the Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies
makes a significant local, regional and global impact through various
research, publication, education and engagement programs and
initiatives. The Institute has awarded more than $1 million in
scholarship aid to students from 21 countries across five continents,
helping to unite and empower a new, globally diverse generation of
Jewish and Christian scholars, theologians, educators and students who
are dedicated to exploring and promoting their shared values, practices,
traditions and peaceful pursuits.
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