The foundation of the heritage shared by the Jewish people and the Church is in the Scriptures of the Jewish people dating from before the coming of Jesus Christ. However, one can note that there are certain books that are to be found in the collection of Christian Scriptures that are not within the Jewish TaNaKh.

 We publish here two sites that are very useful for easy access to the Scriptures.

The Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) initiated a new epoch in Biblical interpretation. An important series of official documents have redefined the importance of the Bible in the Church. Of particular interest is the insistence of the Church on the unity of the Scriptures the Church calls the Bible – composed of the writings shared with the Jewish people with the those written by the early believers in Jesus. Biblical interpretation in the Church has always implied a relationship with Jews and their reading of the Scriptures Jews and Christians share.