By Prof. Dan Cohn-Sherbok
Where used to be God while six million died? over the past few many years this query has haunted either Jewish and Christian theologians. If God is all-good and omnipotent, how may possibly he have accepted the Holocaust to take place?
Holocaust Theology: A Reader presents a wide ranging survey of the responses of over 100 major Jewish and Christian Holocaust thinkers. starting with the spiritual problem of the Holocaust, the gathering explores quite a lot of considering which search to reconcile God's methods with the lifestyles of evil. furthermore, the booklet addresses confusing questions relating to Christian accountability and culpability throughout the Nazi period. Designed for basic readers and scholars, the readings are prepared thematically and every one is split into separate subject matters. For someone who's bothered through the spiritual implications of the tragedy of the Holocaust, this selection of Holocaust theology offers a foundation for dialogue and debate: each one examining is through a number of questions designed to stimulate this.
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Holocaust Theology: A Reader by Prof. Dan Cohn-Sherbok