+612 9045 4394
 
CHECKOUT
Post-Shoah Dialogues : Re-Thinking Our Texts Together - James F. Moore

Post-Shoah Dialogues

Re-Thinking Our Texts Together

By: James F. Moore (Editor), Henry Knight (Editor), Zev Garber (Editor), Steven Jacobs (Editor)

Paperback

Published: 9th February 2004
Ships: 15 business days
15 business days
$71.45

The "Midrash Group" of the Scholar's Conference on the Holocaust and the Churches has met annually over the last decade to discuss ways for Christians and Jews to find meaning and direction in and from sacred texts after the Holocaust. Post Shoah Dialogues is a sample of four different dialogue sessions of the "Midrash Group." The idea for a Jewish-Christian dialogue on texts grew out of an ongoing conversation between the four scholars represented in this volume, due to the profound affect the Shoah had on the theological thinking of both groups. The essays, focusing on texts matched from Hebrew and Christian scriptures, allow Christians and Jews to read the texts together in such a way as to respect the authentic identity of each other, respect the deep questions arising from the Shoah, and to open avenues for more dialogue.

Prefacep. vii
Acknowledgementsp. xi
Introducing the Dialoguep. 1
Thinking the Tradition Anew: A New Reading of Genesis 32 and Matthew 26 in Light of the Shoah and Dialoguep. 11
Night Encounters: Theologizing Dialoguep. 37
Wrestling With Two Texts: A Post-Shoah Encounter: A Midrash on Genesis 32 and Matthew 26p. 53
Wrestling With Biblical Texts After The Shoahp. 77
Facing the Holy Wholep. 95
Wrestling With God and the Devilp. 109
Torah and Testimonyp. 121
Confronting Antisemitismp. 132
Facing Our Texts Togetherp. 143
Construction of a Post-Shoah Interfaith Dialogical Universal Ethicp. 165
Toward an Ethic of Dialogue: The Path of the Love Commandp. 173
Religious Intolerance and Prejudice: What's Love Got To Do With It?p. 181
Coming to Terms With Amalekp. 195
The Genocidal Mindp. 209
The Genocidal Mind at the Heart of Our Religionsp. 221
Deconstructing Theodicy and Amalekut: A Personal Apologiap. 231
Indexp. 251
Contributing Authorsp. 257
Table of Contents provided by Ingram. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780761828372
ISBN-10: 0761828370
Series: Studies in the Shoah Series
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 270
Published: 9th February 2004
Publisher: University Press of America
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.4 x 15.0  x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.35