Based on a unique dialogue to take place between a group of academicJewish and Christian women over the past six years, Women's Voices provides the reader with an accessible insight and a quite unique perspective on the new dimensions that women's voices contribute to wider Jewish-Christian relations.Each chapter of the book addresses a new issue, be it Prayer, Eucharist, Women Prophets or Feminist Theology with a standard approach of laying out both the Christian and the Jewish perspective, and engaging with one another's thoughts and faith. The range of subjects covered is vast and driven by the concerns of the group in dialogue. The results are a varied and inspiring selection of conversations that add real Insights and richness to the current Jewish-Christian relations debate.This book Is an excellent resource for readers concerned to dig deeper Into the areas of Jewish-Christian relations, gender studies and comparative religions.Helen Fry is an Honorar Research Fellow in Department of Hebrew & JewishStudies, University College London. Lynne Scholefiold is Programme Director of Theology & Religious Studies in the School of Theology, Philosophy and History at St Mary's College. London. Rachel Montagu is a Reform Rabbi working in the Education Department of The Council of Christians and Jews in London and is a lecturer in Judaism and Biblical Hebrew at Birkbeck College, London.