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Auschwitz, beginning of a new era? : reflections on the Holocaust

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Auschwitz, beginning of a new era? : reflections on the Holocaust
Call No: 296.387 F59a

Call Number296.387 F59a
Dates[1977]; ©1977
Statement of Responsibilityedited by Eva Fleischner.
Creators & ContributorsFleischner, Eva (editor)
Moore, Paul (contributor)
Greenberg, Irving (contributor)
Davies, Alan T. (contributor)
Kazin, Alfred (contributor)
Ruether, Rosemary Radford (contributor)
Burghardt, Walter J. (contributor)
Yerushalmi, Yosef Hayim (contributor)
Baum, Gregory (contributor)
Hoekendijk, Johannes Christiaan (contributor)
Siirala, Aarne (contributor)
Pawlikowski, John (contributor)
Bishop, Claire Huchet (contributor)
Hopko, Thomas (contributor)
Fackenheim, Emil L. (contributor)
Siegel, Seymour (contributor)
Fleischner, Eva (contributor)
Avineri, Shlomo (contributor)
Jacobs, Paul (contributor)
Himmelfarb, Milton (contributor)
Ryan, Michael (Michael Daniel) (contributor)
Waskow, Arthur Ocean (contributor)
Wyschogrod, Edith (contributor)
Rubinoff, Lionel (contributor)
Long, Charles H. (contributor)
Ritterband, Paul (contributor)
Silberman, Charles E. (contributor)
Wiesel, Elie (contributor)
Habib, Gabriel (contributor)
International Symposium on the Holocaust, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, 1974 (contributor)
Cathedral of St. John the Divine (New York, N.Y.) (venue)
SummaryPapers given at the International Symposium on the Holocaust held at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, New York City, June 3 to 6, 1974. "The Symposium represents a joint effort by Jews and Christians to confront the Holocaust, in open exchange. It is a multi-disciplinary approach. Historians, sociologists, psychologists, philosophers, theologians, poets and mystics--all attempt to approach the event from their perspective." —Back cover
ContentsIntroduction
Welcome / Paul J. Moore, Jr.
Acknowledgments

Part I. Theological reflections on the Holocaust
  • Cloud of smoke, pillar of fire: Judaism, Christianity, and modernity after the Holocaust / Irving Greenberg
  • Response to Irving Greenberg / Alan T. Davies
  • The heart of the world / Alfred Kazin
Part II. The history of Christian theology and the demonization of the Jews
  • Anti-Semitism and Christian theology / Rosemary Radford Ruether
  • Response to Rosemary Ruether / Walter Burghardt
  • Response to Rosemary Ruether / Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi
Part III. Christian mission in crisis
  • Rethinking the church's mission after Auschwitz / Gregory Baum
  • Response to Gregory Baum / Johannes C. Hoekendijk
  • Reflections from a Lutheran perspective / Aarne Siirala
Part IV. Judaism and Christian education
  • Judaism in Christian education and liturgy / John T. Pawlikowski
  • Response to John Pawlikowski / Claire Huchet-Bishop
  • Response to John Pawlikowski / Thomas Hopko
Part V. Theological reflections on the state of Israel in the light of the Yom Kippur War
  • The Holocaust and the state of Israel: their relation / Emil Fackenheim
  • Response to Emil Fackenheim / Seymour Siegel
  • Response to Emil Fackenheim / Eva Fleischner
Part VI. Radical theology, the New Left, and Israel
  • Radical theology, the New Left, and Israel / Shlomo Avineri
  • Response to Shlomo Avineri / Paul Jacobs
  • Response to Shlomo Avineri / Milton Himmelfarb
Part VII. The new romanticism and biblical faith
  • The new romanticism and biblical faith / Michael D. Ryan
  • The choice: romanticism or true Messianism? / Arthur I. Waskow
  • Romantic consciousness and biblical faith / Edith Wyschogrod
Part VIII. Auschwitz and the pathology of Jew-hatred
  • Auschwitz and the pathology of Jew-hatred / Lionel Rubinoff
Part IX. Blacks and Jews: affinity and confrontation on common theological themes
  • Affinity and confrontation / Charles H. Long
  • Conscience and politics / Paul Ritterband
  • Response to Charles Long / Charles E. Silberman
Part X. Art and culture after the Holocaust
  • Art and culture after the Holocaust / Elie Wiesel
  • A statement / Gabriel Habib
Physical Description xix, 469 pages ; 23 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
Publisher[New York] : KTAV Publishing House, Inc. ; The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine ; Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
NotesIncludes bibliographical references
RecognitionGifted in 2000 by Reverend Pat Dolan

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Davies, Alan T. (contributor)

Kazin, Alfred (contributor)

Burghardt, Walter J. (contributor)

Baum, Gregory (contributor)

Siirala, Aarne (contributor)

Pawlikowski, John (contributor)

Bishop, Claire Huchet (contributor)

Hopko, Thomas (contributor)

Fackenheim, Emil L. (contributor)

Siegel, Seymour (contributor)

Fleischner, Eva (contributor)

Avineri, Shlomo (contributor)

Jacobs, Paul (contributor)

Himmelfarb, Milton (contributor)

Waskow, Arthur Ocean (contributor)

Wyschogrod, Edith (contributor)

Rubinoff, Lionel (contributor)

Long, Charles H. (contributor)

Ritterband, Paul (contributor)

Silberman, Charles E. (contributor)

Wiesel, Elie (contributor)

Habib, Gabriel (contributor)

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