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Judaism : between yesterday and tomorrow

Author: Hans Küng
Publisher: New York : Crossroad, 1992.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Küng, Hans, 1928-
Judaism.
New York : Crossroad, 1992
(OCoLC)756433331
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Küng
ISBN: 0824511816 9780824511814
OCLC Number: 25202345
Notes: Translation of: Das Judentum.
Description: xxii, 753 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Origins. Abraham, the tribal ancestor of three world religions ; Problems over beginnings --
The centre. The central structural elements ; The central figure --
History. The tribal paradigm : the period before the state ; The paradigm of the kingdom : the period of the monarchy ; The paradigm of theocracy : post-exilic Judaism ; The mediaeval paradigm : the rabbis and the synagogue ; The modern paradigm : assimilation --
From the Holocaust to the state of Israel. A past that will not go away ; The repression of guilt ; The return to Israel --
The dispute between Jews and Christians. Jewish in Jewish-Christian dialogue today ; Who was Jesus? ; Belief in Jesus as the Messiah? ; The history of an alienation ; A first Christian paradigm shift : from Jewish Christianity to Gentile Christianity ; Christian self-criticism in the light of Judaism ; Jewish self-criticism in the light of the Sermon on the Mount? --
The overcoming of modernity. Ways out of the identity crisis ; Basic religious options for the future? --
Judaism in the postmodern period. The advent of postmodernity ; Judaism in postmodernity --
Conflicts in life and the future of the law. The ambivalence of the law ; For God's sake? ; For the sake of human beings ; The future of the people of god --
Jews, Muslims and the future of the state of Israel. The great ideal ; The tragic conflict ; On the way to peace ; A real-utopian vision of peace --
The Holocaust the the future for talk of God. The Holocaust in Jewish theology ; Understanding God after Auschwitz --
Epilogue : no new world order without a new world ethic.
Other Titles: Judentum.
Responsibility: Hans Küng ; [translated by John Bowden from the German].

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