"This is the most promising proposal to date for overcoming Christian doctrinal supersessionism while maintaining the continuing theological importance of Judaism for Christianity and not sacrificing the christological claims historically considered essential to Christian identity."
— George Lindbeck, Yale Divinity School
"A penetrating proposal for a Christianity that does more than pay lip service to its loyalty to the God of Israel...Soulen shapes a Christian theology not embarrassed by the Hebrew Bible and the continuing existence of the Jewish people. It is a major contribution toward a Christianity without anti-Judaism."
— Michael Wyschogrod, author of The Body of Faith