Pastora Goldner series in post-Holocaust studies.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Fire and ashes: the "Tempter-God," evil, and the Shoah 2. Memories of evil and consequences for the representation of Jewish identity in Christian theology 3. Judaism in Protestant encounters with the Shoah 4. Locating God: placing ourselves in a post-Shoah world 5. "Like pebbles on the seashore": J.B. Soloveitchik on suffering 6. "Good" Friday after Auschwitz? 7. If the good becomes the evil: antimonotheism in Germany after reunification and the problems of the doctrine of justification 8. Some fundamental doubts about posing the question of theodicy in the post-Holocaust world 9. Horror vacui: God and evil in/after Auschwitz 10. Deliver us from evil? Kuhn's prayer and the masters of death 11. Seeking the fire in the ashes: a Chasidic accounting for evil from the midst of evil after the evil of Auschwitz.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 307-327) and index.