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"Supersessionism" as an ideology
=="Supersessionism" as an ideology==
Supersessionism makes supersession into an ideology, or "ism". This ideology is very rarely mentioned by Orthodox writers. Yet it is increasingly discussed by Protestant ones, whose definitions of it vary wildly from the simple , fundamental belief that Christianity brought "something better" into the world<ref>Rabbi David Novak, The Covenant in Rabbinic Thought, printed in Eugene Korn, Two Faiths, One Covenant p.67</ref> to one where the Church's fulfillment of Israel's role supposedly condemns the Jews as a racial group.<ref>One Covenant of Grace, Committee on Church Doctrine Recommendation No. 2, Presbyterian Church of Canada, 2011. http://presbyterian.ca/wp-content/uploads/referrals_2011_one_covenant_of_grace_study_document_re_engagement_with_jewish_people.pdf</ref>
===Orthodox Approval of Supersessionism===
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