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The Imperative of Response: The Holocaust in Human Context, with a Foreword by Harry James Cargas
     

The Imperative of Response: The Holocaust in Human Context, with a Foreword by Harry James Cargas

by Robert Seitz Frey
 

Approaches contemporary theological and philosophical implications of the Holocaust on both objective and personal levels. Discusses the potential impact of the Holocaust on Christian theology along with the role of scientific rationality, as dominant western mentality, in the conception and perpetration of the final solution.

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Approaches contemporary theological and philosophical implications of the Holocaust on both objective and personal levels. Discusses the potential impact of the Holocaust on Christian theology along with the role of scientific rationality, as dominant western mentality, in the conception and perpetration of the final solution.

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The Bible Today
This book is important for it forces the ethical and theological issue of responding to the holocaust.
Dimensions: A Journal of Holocaust Studies
...a vivid and moving account of a family seeking to understand the power of the event.
Dimensions
...a vivid and moving account of a family seeking to understand the power of the event.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780819146342
Publisher:
UPA
Publication date:
05/12/1985
Pages:
186
Product dimensions:
5.36(w) x 8.52(h) x 0.58(d)

Meet the Author

Robert Seitz Frey is an information scientist in private industry. Nancy Thompson-Frey is a counselor with the mentally handicapped.

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