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Shadows of Auschwitz : a Christian response to the Holocaust

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Shadows of Auschwitz : a Christian response to the Holocaust
Call No: 261.26 C27s

Call Number261.26 C27s
Dates1990; ©1990
Statement of ResponsibilityHarry James Cargas.
Creators & ContributorsWiesel, Elie (contributor)
Cargas, Harry J. (author)
Cuomo, Mario M. (contributor)
Summary"'The Holocaust,' writes the author, 'is the greatest tragedy for Christians since the crucifixion. In the first instance, Jesus died; in the latter, Christianity may be said to have died. In the case of Christ, the Christian believes in a resurrection. Will there be, can there be a resurrection for Christianity?' Cargas's reflections, together with sixty-one startling photographs, are a moving response to this question." —Back cover
Contents
  • Foreword / Elie Wiesel
  • Introduction: A Post-Auschwitz Christian
  • Centuries of Christian Persecution of the Jews
    • Our Christianity
    • Early Christian AntiSemitism
    • The Middle Ages
    • From Luther to de Gobineau
    • The Twentieth Century
  • The Nazi Atrocities
    • The Rise of Adolf Hitler
    • Hitler Unopposed
    • Death Camps
    • Resistance
    • To Be a Christian
  • The Evidence
  • Toward Reconciliation
  • Afterword / Mario Cuomo
Physical Description x, 182 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherNew York : Crossroad
EditionRevised edition
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index
RecognitionGifted in 1994 by Ivan & Laurie Gasoi and family

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Wiesel, Elie (contributor)

Cuomo, Mario M. (contributor)