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Where was God during the Holocaust? And where has God been since? How has our religious belief been changed by the Shoah? For more than half a century, these questions have haunted both Jewish and Christian theologians. Holocaust Theology provides a panoramic survey of the writings of more than one hundred leading Jewish and Christian thinkers on these profound theological problems. Beginning with a general introduction to Holocaust theology and the religious challenge of the Holocaust, this sweeping collection brings together in one volume a coherent overview of the key theologies which have shaped responses to the Holocaust over the last several decades, including those addressing perplexing questions regarding Christian responsibility and culpability during the Nazi era. Each reading is preceded by a brief introduction. The volume will be invaluable to Rabbis and the clergy, students, scholars of the Holocaust and of religion, and all those troubled by the religious implications of the tragedy of the Holocaust. Contributors include Leo Baeck, Eugene Borowitz, Stephen Haynes, Abraham Joshua Heschel, Steven T. Katz, Primo Levi, Jacob Neusner, John Pawlikowski, Rosemary Radford Reuther, Jonathan Sarna, Paul Tillich, and Elie Wiesel.
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"Fernandez Olmos and Paravisini-Gebert write with evident expertise, keen to uphold our understandings of how the major Creole spiritualities--everything from Vodou to Rastafari--have always dynamically adapted to change to ensure their survival and flourishing. This second edition is, in short, an extraordinarily rich work for scholars and students alike; it is certain to become the field's standard text."-Darren J. N. Middleton, Texas Christian University "Brings to life the living and lively religious traditions of Caribbean peoples. This new edition offers to scholars and students of Caribbean religions and cultures an illuminating introduction to religious continuity, change, and creativity in the Caribbean region in the past 500 years, especially among the Afro-Caribbean population." -Ennis B. Edmonds, Kenyon College "Offers a unique perspective on Caribbean religions and provides well-reasoned explanations for the diverse ways in which African religious traditions were adapted to a new cultural milieu in the diaspora.... A brilliant book and a significant contribution to the literature on Caribbean religions. In short, it leaves no stone unturned." -Leslie Desmangles, Trinity College ""Holocaust Theology: A Reader" should prove useful as an introductory text which grapples with complex issues." -"SHOFAR", "Rabbi Dan Cohn-Sherbok has provided a much needed and indeed "panoramic survey of Holocaust theology" (1) that offers a comprehensive overview of excerpts from representative writings in the field. "Holocaust Theology: A Reader" provides a fine, comprehensive overview of the interpretive possibilities." -"Journal of the American Academy of Religion", "This anthology does indeed offer a panoramic survey, and thus is a valuable contribution to Holocaust literature.]" -"The Princeton Seminary Bulletin", ( ""Holocaust Theology: A Reader" should prove useful as an introductory text which grapples with complex issues." )-("SHOFAR"), () ("Rabbi Dan Cohn-Sherbok has provided a much needed and indeed "panoramic survey of Holocaust theology" (1) that offers a comprehensive overview of excerpts from representative writings in the field. "Holocaust Theology: A Reader" provides a fine, comprehensive overview of the interpretive possibilities." )-("Journal of the American Academy of Religion"), () ("This anthology does indeed offer a panoramic survey, and thus is a valuable contribution to Holocaust literature.]" )-("The Princeton Seminary Bulletin"), ()About the Author:
Rabbi Dan Cohn-Sherbok is Professor of Judaism at the University of Wales, Lampeter, and is the author or editor of more than 50 books, including God and the Holocaust and Understanding the Holocaust.
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Book Description HarperCollins, 1991. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 8vo; light wear/scuffing to covers/spine; light browning to page edges and free pages; text unmarked and clean. Seller Inventory # 90b3264565
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