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Faith after the Holocaust.

Author: Eliezer Berkovits
Publisher: New York, KTAV Pub. House, 1973.
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Examines the question of God's noninterference in the Holocaust and other tragedies in Jewish history. Shows "how man may affirm his faith even when confronted with God's awesome silence."--Back cover.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Berkovits, Eliezer, 1908-1992.
Faith after the Holocaust.
New York, KTAV Pub. House, 1973
(OCoLC)904080346
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eliezer Berkovits
ISBN: 0870681931 9780870681936
OCLC Number: 601913
Description: 180 pages 24 cm
Contents: Foreword --
Introduction: Approaching the Holocaust --
I. Man and the Holocaust --
The Aquiescence of the West --
A Theology of Intolerance --
The Uninformed Heart --
II. The Vanishing West? --
Judaism in the Post-Christian Era --
The Death of a God --
III. God and the Holocaust --
Job's Brother --
The Absurdity of Existence --
Kiddush Hashem-The Sanctification of the Divine Name --
IV. The Historic Context of the Holocaust --
A Jewish Philosophy of History --
The Hiding of the Face --
The Affirmation --
The Explanation --
"Mighty and Awesome" --
V. The Witness --
Galut --
The Suffering Servant of God --
The Witness After the Holocaust --
The Nemesis of Power History --
VI. In Zion Again --
Epilogue --
Notes --
Index

Abstract:

Examines the question of God's noninterference in the Holocaust and other tragedies in Jewish history. Shows "how man may affirm his faith even when confronted with God's awesome silence."--Back cover.

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