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A Rabbi Looks at Christianity from the Inside

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A Rabbi Looks at Christianity from the Inside

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A Rabbi Looks at Christianity from the Inside

A Rabbi Looks at Christianity from the Inside

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This week, while Christians around the world observe Holy week, encompassing the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, Jews have been celebrating Passover to mark the exodus of Israelites from ancient Egypt.

Although Jews and Christians share much history, they don't always understand each other. To help correct that, the Baltimore-Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church has taken an unusual step of putting a rabbi on its staff.

Rabbi Joshua Martin Siegel speaks with Scott Simon about his experience inside the Christian church.

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