I was lurking the forums, and I saw someone distinguish between merely “Christian” and “Judeo-Christian.”
To be frank, I’ve never really understood why the term exists at all. Christian is incorporates all the parts Judaism that are appropriate to incorporate, so it seems at best redundant to append the term. Contrariwise, there are also elements of Judaism that are not appropriate to incorporate, so at worst it muddles the terminology.
Is this some sort of post-WWII etiquette thing? A social gesture against anti-Semitism? Because it’s usually instead when referencing culture, and at a historical level I’m not even sure it’s appropriate. Or at least, not to the extent that I see it used.
So is there some specific reason why the term should be used?