Didier Pollefeyt, is Vicerector for education of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. He is full professor in Religious Education, Theology of Jewish-Christian Relations and Post-Holocaust Theology at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies. He holds the Chair of the Center for Academic Teacher’s Training in Religion and is Director of the Centre for Peace Ethics. He is a member of the National Catholic Commission for the Relations with Judaism of Belgium. Dr. Polleyfeyt has authored or co-authored numerous works including, Jews and Christians: Rivals or Partners for the Kingdom of God? (Leuven, 1997); Anti-Judaism and the Fourth Gospel (Assen, 2001); Incredible Forgiveness (Leuven, 2004); Hermeneutics and Religious Education (Leuven, 2004), Interreligious Learning (Leuven, 2007); Children’s Voices. Children’s Perspectives in Ethics, Theology and Religious Education (Leuven, 2010); Never Revoked. Nostra Aetate as Ongoing Challenge for Jewish-Christian Dialogue (Leuven, 2011), Holocaust and Nature (Zürich, 2013), Identity in Dialogue (Zürich, 2014) and more than 80 international contributions to post-holocaust ethics, theology and Jewish-Christian relations. See: www.didierpollefeyt.be and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Didier_Pollefeyt.