What Does It Mean to Be a Christian Ally of Israel?

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12:00 PM
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What Does It Mean to Be a Christian Ally of Israel? - Tuesday, July 9 at 12pm PT/ 3PM ET

Revered Johnnie Moore, President of JDA Worldwide and the Congress of Christian Leaders has been called one of America's most influential evangelical leaders and is especially known for his efforts at the intersection of faith and foreign policy. He has been a prominent supporter of Israel and a continual advocate for international religious freedom, efforts that led him to be awarded the Medal of Valor by the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Reverend Moore is also a founding member of the ADL’s Task Force on Minorities in the Middle East and the chair of the public committee at the University of Haifa’s Laboratory for Religious Studies. Reverend Moore will be in conversation with AJU President Jeffrey Herbst to discuss his perspective on Israel after October 7th, the current wave of Ƶ, the feeling of many Jews being abandoned, and his own experience of advocacy.


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Revered Johnnie Moore, President of JDA Worldwide and the Congress of Christian Leaders has been called one of America's most influential evangelical leaders and is especially known for his efforts at the intersection of faith and foreign policy. He has been a prominent supporter of Israel and a continual advocate for international religious freedom, efforts that led him to be awarded the Medal of Valor by the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Reverend Moore is also a founding member of the ADL’s Task Force on Minorities in the Middle East and the chair of the public committee at the University of Haifa’s Laboratory for Religious Studies. Reverend Moore will be in conversation with AJU President Jeffrey Herbst to discuss his perspective on Israel after October 7th, the current wave of Ƶ, the feeling of many Jews being abandoned, and his own experience of advocacy.


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Dr. Jeffrey Herbst, the fourth president of Ƶ (AJU), is an advocate for academic innovation. His leadership at AJU includes fostering growth in the Maas Center for Jewish Journeys, expanding the Open Learning

 digital platform, and improving the Brandeis-Bardin Campus. Formerly, he served as president and CEO of the Newseum and the Newseum Institute in Washington, DC. Notable achievements include successfully overseeing a half billion-dollar fundraising campaign, implementing a university-wide strategic plan, and enhancing educational programming at Colgate University, where he was president from 2010 to 2015. Dr. Herbst holds a summa cum laude bachelor's degree from Princeton University, as well as a master's and doctorate in political science from Yale University. He is the author of the award-winning “States and Power in Africa” and, with several co-authors, the just-published “Making Africa Work.” In addition to many books and articles, he has been published in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and many other digital and print publications around the world.

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