Adam Gregerman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Institute for Jewish-Catholic Relations
- B.A. in Religion (magna cum laude), Amherst College
- M.T.S. in Scriptural Interpretation, Harvard Divinity School
- Ph.D. in Religion, Columbia University
Member, Committee on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Vice-chair and Board Member, Council of Centers on Jewish-Christian Relations
Academic Advisor, National Council of Synagogues
Book Review Editor, Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations
Consultant, Christian Scholars Group on Christian-Jewish Relations
- Building on the Ruins of the Temple: Apologetics and Polemics in Early Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism (Series: Texts and Studies in Ancient Judaism no. 165), Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2016. Click here
Journal articles and book chapters:
- “‘Genuine Brotherhood’ without Remorse: A Commentary on Joseph Ratzinger’s ‘Comments on De Iudaeis,’” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations (with Philip A. Cunningham) (forthcoming).
- "Covenant," Encyclopedia of Jewish-Christian Relations, Kathy Ehrensperger, ed. Berlin: De Gruyter (2021) (with Philip A. Cunningham).
- “Ist die biblische Landverheißung unwiderruflich? Katholische Sichtweisen auf den jüdischen Bund und das Land Israel nach Nostra Aetate,” Kirche und Israel 36 (2021) 103-29. (German version of “Is the Biblical Land Promise Irrevocable? Post-Nostra Aetate Catholic Theologies of the Jewish Covenant and the Land of Israel” .)
- “The Import of To Do the Will: A Catholic and Jewish Perspective,” From Confrontation to Covenantal Partnership: Jews and Christians Reflect on the Orthodox Rabbinic Statement “To Do the Will of Our Father in Heaven,” Joshua Ahrens, Irving Greenberg, and Eugene Korn, eds. Jerusalem and New York: Urim (2021) 127-41 (with Philip A. Cunningham).
- “‘More Profound Than Mere Politics’: Encouraging Christian Support for Israel in Dabru Emet,” American Religion symposium (2020) “Dabru Emet: 20 Years Later.”
- “Partners in Hope: Constructive Interreligious Dialogue through Text Study,” Enabling Dialogue about the Land: A Resource Book for Jews and Christians, Philip A. Cunningham, Ruth Langer, and Jesper Svartvik, eds. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist (2020) 357-418 (with Philip A. Cunningham and Peter A. Pettit).
- “Adam,” Encyclopedia of Jewish-Christian Relations, Kathy Ehrensperger, ed. Berlin: De Gruyter (2019)
- Change what’s there now: “‘Genuine Brotherhood’ …” (forthcoming) to (because no longer forthcoming): “‘Genuine Brotherhood’ without Remorse: A Commentary on Joseph Ratzinger’s ‘Comments on De Iudaeis,’” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 14 (2019) 1-29 (with Philip A. Cunningham). Click Here
- “The Desirability of Jewish Conversion to Christianity in Contemporary Catholic Thought.” Horizons: The Journal of the College Theology Society 45 (2018) 249-86. Click here
- “Is the Biblical Land Promise Irrevocable?: Post Nostra Aetate Catholic Theologies of the Jewish Covenant and the Land of Israel,” Modern Theology 34 (2018) 173-58. Click here
- “Superiority without Supersessionism: Walter Kasper and The Gifts and the Calling of God are Irrevocable on the Status of God’s Covenant with the Jews after Jesus,” Theological Studies 79 (2018) 36-59. Click here
- “Israel as the ‘Hermeneutical Jew’ in Protestant Statements on Israel: Four Presbyterian Examples,” Israel Affairs 23 (2017) 773-93. [revised version of “Israel als ‘Hermeneutischer Jude’ in Protestantischen Erklärungen zu Land und Staat Israel”] Click here
- “Paul’s Second Letter to the Thessalonians,” Jewish Annotated New Testament, Second Edition, Amy-Jill Levine and Marc Brettler, eds., New York: Oxford University Press (2017) 427-31. Click here
- “From Theodicy to Antitheodicy: Midrashic Accusations of God’s Disobedience to Biblical Law,” Crossing Boundaries in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity: Ambiguities, Complexities, and Half-Forgotten Adversaries, Kimberly Stratton and Andrea Lieber, eds., Leiden: E. J. Brill (2016) 344-59. Click here
- “Israel als ‘Hermeneutischer Jude’ in Protestantischen Erklärungen zu Land und Staat Israel,” Kirche und Israel 30 (2015) 48-69. Click here
- “Comparative Christian Hermeneutical Approaches to the Land Promises to Abraham,” Cross Currents 64 (2014) 409-24. Click here
- “The Dreadful Past, The Jewish Future: Post-Shoah Reflections on David Hartman’s Theologies of Suffering,” Toward the Future: Essays on Catholic-Jewish Relations, Celia Deutsch, Eugene Fisher, and James Rudin, eds., New York and Mahwah: Paulist Press (2013) 85-97. Click here
- “Interpreting the Pain of Others: John Paul II and Benedict XVI on Jewish Suffering in the Shoah,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies 48 (2013) 443-56. Click here
- “Biblical Prophecy and the Fate of the Nations in Early Jewish and Christian Interpretations of Isaiah,” “What Does the Scripture Say?”: Studies in the Function of Scripture in Early Judaism and Christianity, Craig A. Evans and H. Daniel Zacharias, eds., London and New York: T&T Clark (2012) 212-40. Click here
- “Jewish Theology and Limits on Reciprocity in Catholic-Jewish Dialogue,” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 7 (2012) 1-13. Click here
- “Celsus’ Jew and the Theological Threat from Christianity,” Jesus Among the Jews: Representation and Thought, Neta Stahl, ed., New York: Routledge (2012) 46-59.Click here
- “A Response to ‘The Jewish Question’,” Connecting Christ: How to Discuss Jesus in a World of Diverse Paths, Paul Louis Metzger, ed., Nashville: Thomas Nelson (2012) 239-42. Click here
- “Hellenism,” “Jerusalem, Biblical and Rabbinic Periods,” “Pharisees,” and “Sadducees,” Cambridge Dictionary of the Jewish Religion, Judith Baskin, ed., New York: Cambridge University Press (2011) 225-26, 319-21, 473, 531. Click here
- “Paul’s Second Letter to the Thessalonians,” Jewish Annotated New Testament, Amy-Jill Levine and Marc Brettler, eds., New York: Oxford University Press (2011) 378-82.Click here
- “A Jewish Response to Elizabeth Groppe, Gregor Maria Hoff, Philip A. Cunningham and Didier Pollefeyt on Christology,” Christ Jesus and the Jewish People Today: New Explorations of Theological Interrelationships, Philip A. Cunningham, Joseph Sievers, Mary C. Boys, Hans Herman Henrix, and Jesper Svartvik, eds., Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans (2011) 221-28. Click here
- "The Torah and the Continuity of Scripture in Jewish-Dialogue," Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 5 (2010) 1-11. Click here
- “The Lack of Evidence for a Jewish Christian Countermission in Galatia,” Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations 4 (2009) 1-24. Click here
- “Reverence Despite Rejection: The Paradox of Early Christian Views of Biblical Authority,” Cross Currents 59 (2009) 176-90. Click here
- “Old Wine in New Bottles: Liberation Theology and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies 41 (2004) 313-40. Click here
- Contemporary Pedagogy and the Ignatian Tradition Summer Faculty Development Seminar, Office of Teaching and Learning and the Office of the Provost, Saint Joseph’s University (Summer 2018)
- Faculty Research Grant, Saint Joseph’s University (Summer 2015).
- Fellow, Summer Seminars in Theologies of Religious Pluralism and Comparative Theology, American Academy of Religion / Henry Luce Foundation (Atlanta, GA, May-June 2012; May-June 2013).
- Coolidge Scholar, Annual Research Colloquium, Association for Religion and Intellectual Life (New York, NY, June 2012).
- Transforming Troubling Tellings: The History of the Deicide Charge and the Holocaust, Summer Seminar for Seminary Faculty and Professors of Religious Studies, Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (Summer 2011)
- Jewish Studies
- Jewish-Christian Relations
- Biblical Interpretation and Hermeneutics
- Theologies of the Land of Israel
- Christian Theologies of Jews and Judaism
- Mission and Conversion