A Misleading Hyphen
Some people, including American politicians who want to sound “inclusive” and do not want to offend Jews, have taken the Latin term Judaeus and melded it with “Christian” to describe a so-called “Judeo-Christian” tradition or heritage.
While there are many Christians in the world, there are no “Judeos.” The accurate phrase should be “Jewish and Christian” traditions or heritages, without a hyphen.
Each faith community has many religious streams; there is no one single “Jewish tradition” or “Christian tradition,” and there is certainly not a “Judeo-Christian” one.
Source: Christians & Jews Faith to Faith: Tragic History, Promising Present, Fragile Future
By Rabbi James Rudin © 2011; Jewish Lights Publishing, Woodstock, VT; p. 6.