This volume is a collection of essays written over the last ten years within the framework of a post-Shoah Christian theology, outlined in Christian Theology After the Shoah (University Press of America, 1993). The essays included in this work take seriously the impact of the Shoah and the Jewish-Christian dialogue, covering fresh approaches to sacred texts, exploring new visions for Jewish-Christian relations, and giving insight into significant global issues. Through this, a vision for the future with a theology rooted in dialogue is shaped. James F. Moore contends such a theology, with a unique sense of relationships and ethical vision, will produce a new, unified dialogical community, professing its own theology and moral vision. The resulting theology would not only be a proposal for post-Shoah Christian theology, but also a proposal for a dialogical community that professes its own theology and moral vision.