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The Midwest Book ReviewA welcome and recommended addition to Judeo-Christian theology shelves.
— John Taylor
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). 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 relations, and giving insight into significant global issues. Through this, a vision for the future with a theology rooted in dialogue is shaped. 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.
Chapter 1 Preface Chapter 2 Introduction: Choose Life: Our Dialogue as Model Chapter 3 Midrashic Christian Theology for a Post-Shoah World: A New Reading of Pauline Thought Chapter 4 Shaping a New Vision: Ezekiel 37 and Matthew 28 Chapter 5 The Israel-Shoah Link: Christian Theology Facing Up to the Post-Shoah World Chapter 6 Re-Envisioning Christianity: A New Era in Christian Theological Interpretation of Christian Texts Chapter 7 Recovering the European Perspective on Post-Holocaust Theology Chapter 8 The Dialogical Connection: A Source for Ethics and Justice Chapter 9 Conclusion: Christianity After the Holocaust and in the Twenty-First Century