There’s a thoughtful, topical and free article over at The Economist at the moment, all about the relationship between Judaism and Christianity.

(Following on from my rant about The Passion, you should note that it contains this paragraph:

“One American Catholic and former priest has gone much further than his Church. In his bestselling book “Constantine’s Sword”, James Carroll writes of his own agonised reflections on the Holocaust and the Church’s legacy. He concludes by agreeing with the severest critics of the Church: anti-Semitism was not a distortion of the Church’s mission, but was central to it. It was not a contributory factor in preparing the way for the Holocaust; it was a decisive factor.”