Dr. Moses Jung, an educator and consultant on interreligious relations, died in his home here at the age of 69.
Dr. Jung was a professor of comparative religion at Columbia and other universities, and a member of the boards of the Jewish Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Association of University Professors.
Among his survivors is a brother, Rabbi Leo Jung, a noted rabbinical scholar and author.
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