On December 18 – 22, 2016 The Herzl Institute held a conference on the topic:
Jewish-Christian Alliance: Reclaiming and Rebuilding Conservatism
This conference aimed to lay the groundwork for an alliance of Christians and Jews working together to restore the conservative movement and through it the civilization of the West by means of a revitalized encounter with our founding traditions, texts and ideas.
The conference focused on issues such as:
- The conservative movement: Where did we go wrong?
- Can there be conservatism without nationalism and religion?
- Is Western democracy in decline?
- The Bible and the Western political order
- What is a conservative foreign policy?
- Israel and the future of the West
- Obstacles to Christian-Jewish collaboration
- Toward a new Jewish-Christian agenda
Jeff Ballabon, Iron Dome Alliance
Fr. Barry Bercier, Assumption College
David Brog, Maccabee Task Force
Patrick Deneen, University of Notre Dame
Michael Doran, The Hudson Institute
David Goldman, Asia Times
Yoram Hazony, The Herzl Institute
Alyza Lewin, Lewin and Lewin, LLP
Gerald McDermott, Beeson Divinity School
Tricia Miller, Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting
Joshua Mitchell, Georgetown University
Robert Nicholson, Philos Project
Russell Reno, First Things
R. Mitchell Rocklin, Tikvah Fund
R. Gil Student, Torah Musings
Greg Thornbury, The King’s College
Mark Tooley, Institute on Religion and Democracy
Kenneth Weinstein, Hudson Institute
The conference took place December 18-22 at Glen Cove Mansion, Glen Cove, NY.
For more information, please contact Rabbi Rafi Eis: firstname.lastname@example.org.