Marcel-Jacques Dubois

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Marcel-Jacques Dubois (1920–2007) was a French academic and theologian of the Dominican Order. He was linked to Bruno Hussar's House of Isaiah and involved in Relations between Catholicism and Judaism. He was professor of philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and was on the 1974 Commission of the Holy See for Religious Relations with the Jews. He had significance as an orthodox Dominican who rejected supersessionism. He spent much to most of his life in Israel and Teddy Kollek declared him an "elective citizen" of Israel.[1] In 1996 he won the Israel Prize for his work for Israeli society.[2]

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