I rather like this from the article noted by URO-RN:
"Rather than expecting unanimity, let us try to understand one another's feelings on divisive issues, while tirelessly working to identify the common ground on which both can stand. And in this relationship, as in all relationships, let Evangelicals and Jews seek to live by the maxim which has been the guiding principal of The Fellowship since its founding: Cooperate whenever possible, oppose whenever necessary, and teach and sensitize at all times."
Calling the concern that some American Jews have of feeling threatened by the religious right lies or hogwash is disrespectful of those who do feel threatened. I have Jewish relatives who, due to the efforts of those among the religious "right," are antagonistic toward Christianity. I can't blame them, particularly since I haven't "walked a mile in their shoes."
As a Christian from a Jewish family, I am increasingly concerned at the intolerance I see being spread by my fellow Christians toward those with non-Christian beliefs. I see this behavior as being very un-Christian. What's more, it's un-American as well.
And that's my two cents worth for today.