Holocaust and Church Struggle: Religion, Power and the Politics of Resistance - Studies in the Shoah Series Volume 16 (Hardback)
  • Holocaust and Church Struggle: Religion, Power and the Politics of Resistance - Studies in the Shoah Series Volume 16 (Hardback)
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Holocaust and Church Struggle: Religion, Power and the Politics of Resistance - Studies in the Shoah Series Volume 16 (Hardback)

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Hardback 366 Pages / Published: 08/08/1996
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Contents: HISTORICAL OBSERVATIONS; Chapter One: Desperate Pleas: Excerpts from the Nordwind Correspondence of the Boston Committee for Refugees, Nicholas J. Meyerhofer; Chapter Two: Victims and Perpetrators in the Yugoslav Genocide, 1941-1945: Some Preliminary Observations, Damir Mirkovic; Chapter Three: THe Nazi Attack on the Polish Nation: Towards a New Understanding, John T. Pawlikowski; Chapter Four: The Contribution of British-Israelism to Antisemitism with Conservative Protestantism, Richard V. Pierard; PHILOSOPHICAL REFLECTIONS; Chapter FIve: Insiders and Outsiders: For Whom Do We Toil?, Zev Garber; Chapter Six: Responding Without Transcendental Warrants, James R. Watson; THE ARTS; Chapter Seven: Art, Music and the Holocaust, Ben Arnold; Chapter Eight: Christianity, Tragedy and Holocaust Literature, Michael R. Steele; EDUCATION; Chapter Nine: Some Implications of the Wannsee Conference for the Essence of Higher Education, David Patterson; CHURCH STRUGGLE; Chapter Ten: The German Church Struggle and the Oxford Conference, Kenneth C. Barnes; Chapter Eleven: Problems of Protestant Cooperation: the Church World Service, the World Council of Churches and Post-War Relief in Germany, Haim Genizi; Chapter Twelve: Kairos Again? The Church Struggle: Their Contribution to the Ordination of Women, Theodore N. Thomas; JEWISH-CHRISTIAN RELATIONS; Chapter Fourteen: Yom HaShoah for Jews and Christians, Steven M. Bob; Chapter Fifteen: The Shoah-Israel Link: Christian Theology Facing Up to the Post-Shoah Era, James F. Moore; SURVIVOR TESTIMONY; Chapter Sixteen: Sinai or Cyanide? Late Twentieth Century Reflections on a Post-Shoah Jewish Theology by the Child of a Survivor, Steven L. Jacobs; Chapter Seventeen: Hiding During and After the War: The Fate of Children Who Survived the Holocaust, Robert Krell; Chapter Seventeen: Lea Fleischmann's Gas: Tagebucheiner Bedrohung: Germany and the Gulf War, Susan Lee Pentlin; A NEW BEGINNING; Chapter Nineteen: The Burden of the Holocaust, 1945-1992: Horror, Mourning, Attemp

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761803751
Number of pages: 366
Weight: 667 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 24 mm

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