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Christian Theology After the Shoah epub ebook

by James F. Moore

Christian Theology After the Shoah epub ebook

Author: James F. Moore
Category: Religious Studies
Language: English
Publisher: University Press Of America (August 24, 1993)
Pages: 204 pages
ISBN: 0819190748
ISBN13: 978-0819190741
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Toward a Dialogical Community book .

Toward a Dialogical Community book. The essays take seriously the impact of the Shoah and the Jewish-Christian dialogue, covering fresh approaches to sacred texts, new visions for Jewish-Christian rel 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). Author 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.

This book takes up the challenge of providing a way to do Christian theology that is both sensitive to the questions arising in the Shoah and incorporates the advances of Jewish-Christian dialogue. Moore's approach also offers new thinking on the difficult texts of the Christian passion narratives as an example of the post-Shoah Christian theology

Start by marking Christian Theology After The Shoah: A Re. .This book takes up the challenge of providing a way to do Christian theology that is both sensitive to the questions arising in the Shoah and incorporates the advances of Jewish-Christian dialogue

Start by marking Christian Theology After The Shoah: A Re Interpretation Of The Passion Narratives as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book takes up the challenge of providing a way to do Christian theology that is both sensitive to the questions arising in the Shoah and incorporates the advances of Jewish-Christian dialogue. Moore's approach also offers new thinking on the difficult texts of the Christian passion narratives as an example of the post-Shoah Christian theology.

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About James F. Moore.

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). About James F.

Moore, James F. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1993. Rubinstein, Richard L. After Auschwitz: History, Theology, and Contemporary Jud aism. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.

Moore, Christian Theology After the Shoah

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Is theology possible after the Shoah? Marvin Sweeney challenges biblical theologians to take that question with utmost seriousness

Is theology possible after the Shoah? Marvin Sweeney challenges biblical theologians to take that question with utmost seriousness. Sweeney examines often ignored biblical texts where ancient Israel contemplated the problem of apparent divine absence and "divine evil. Sweeney examines often ignored biblical texts where ancient Israel contemplated the problem of apparent divine absence and 'divine evil,' and finds the perspective of post-Holocaust theology an indispensable interpretive resource.

Christianity after the Shoah is confronted with the idea that it may haveĀ .

Christianity after the Shoah is confronted with the idea that it may have been the catalyst that ultimately led to the Shoah through its own original core sacred texts. What the four authors (James Moore, Zev Garber, Henry Knight, and Steven Jacobs) argue for and demonstrate in an impressive way is a shift in interpretive response to both Jewish and Christian texts based on the Jewish rhetorical tool known as midrash. Midrash is defined by the Jewish Encyclopedia as. A term occurring as early as II Chron. So this book's use of midrash to explore both Jewish and Christian texts by a team of Jewish and Christian scholars is not only unique but powerful.

This book takes up the challenge of providing a way to do Christian theology that is both sensitive to the questions arising in the Shoah and incorporates the advances of Jewish-Christian dialogue. Moore's approach also offers new thinking on the difficult texts of the Christian passion narratives as an example of the post-Shoah Christian theology. He expresses a hopeful outlook, that we are on the threshold of a new stage in theology and dialogue; a new generation of thinkers, both Jewish and Christian, are asking how we can move forward and apply the lessons learned from the events of the Shoah.
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