This book addresses the historical, linguistic, philosophical, and theological dimensions of post-Holocaust Jewish–Christian dialogue. The distinguished thinkers who contribute illuminate how far the interfaith dialogue has come and what remains to be achieved.
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About the Author
Alan L. Berger is Raddock Family Eminent Scholar Chair of Holocaust Studies, director of the Center for the Study of Values and Violence after Auschwitz, and professor of Jewish studies at Florida Atlantic University.
Table of Contents
Introduction, Alan L. Berger
Chapter 1: A Medication on Hope, Elie Weisel
Chapter 2: A Positive Jewish Theology of Christianity, Irving Greenberg
Chapter 3: Vatican II, The Passion of the Christ, and the Future of Catholic-Jewish Dialogue, Alan L. Berger
Chapter 4: Though the Messiah May Tarry: A Reflection on Redemption in Our Time, David Patterson
Chapter 5: Speaking of the Middle East: Jews and Christians in Dialogue and Dispute, Amy-Jill Levine
Chapter 6: Christian-Muslim-Jew: The Necessary Trialogue, James Carroll
Chapter 7: What Have You Done? Wrestling with the Sixth Commandment, John K. Roth
Chapter 8: Redeeming Sacred Texts from their Sacrilegious Uses, Mary C. Boys
Chapter 9: The Catholic Church and the Holocaust: Toward an Honest Assessment, John T. Pawlikowski
Chapter 10: Human Dignity and Jewish-Christian Relations, Donald J. Dietrich