17th January, Our Urgent Duty
We are going to meet together to read one another's Scriptures on Tuesday 17th January 2017 from 7.00 p.m. at a venue in Greater Manchester.  We have been inspired by the work of the historian Jules Isaac - a Holocaust survivor who read the Christian scriptures to find out for himself the Christian origins of anti-Judaism.  He concluded that they did not show the Jewish people, as a nation, guilty of crucifying Jesus - nor did they show Jesus rejecting the Jewish people.  We have chosen to meet together to consider the consequences of reading the Scriptures in the light of Jules Isaac's statement - and see what it can teach us.  This is for anyone who enjoys engaging with Scripture - not for "experts" or academics, although everyone is welcome!  Please be assured that CCJ meetings do not allow proselytisation or missionary activity, either. I attach a poster for your convenience. To find out more, you will need to register in advance, when you will be given more information and details of the venue.  Either email ccjsecretary@yahoo.co.uk or phone 07791 733 980.