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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Carol Rittner; John K Roth
|Description:||xiv, 215 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Beware good news: faith and fallacy in post-holocaust Christianity / Stephen R. Haynes --
The failure of goodness: in search of the christian Christian / Stephen D. Smith --
Can I still be a Christian after Auschwitz / Bev. Allen Asbury --
Christian integrity after Auschwitz / Hubert G. Locke --
Canonizing Edith Stein and recognizing Catholic antisemitism / Eloise Rosenblatt --
After Auschwitz: Jews, Judaism, and Christian worship / Robert W. Bullock --
Good news after Auschwitz: binding the brokenhearted / Jolene Chu and James N. Pellechia --
The holy ground of hospitality: good news for a shoah-tempered world / Henry F. Knight --
What can a Christian say about forgiveness after Auschwitz? / Carol Rittner --
The message and the means: some historical reflections on the "good news" / Victoria J. Barnett --
A post-shoah interventionist Christianity: expanding the ranks of the faithful remnant in the third millennium / Douglas K. Huneke --
The good news after Auschwitz: a biblical reflection / David P. Gushee --
Good news after Auschwitz: does Christianity have any? / John K. Roth.
|Responsibility:||edited and introduced by Carol Rittner and John K. Roth.|
"Mary argue that in a post-Holocaust world Christians must address their own culpability in the destruction of Europe's Jewry. If post-Holocaust Christians only lament Christianity's sin, which has been catastrophically destructive in its anti-Jewish manifestations, the traditions will ultimately be left with little to say and no credibility. Post-Holocaust Christians must emphasize positive differences that Christianity can make."--BOOK JACKET.
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