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Approaches to Auschwitz

Paperback|Sep 1987
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Analyzes the history of Judaism and anti-Semitism, discusses Christian attitudes towards the Jews.


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Analyzes the history of Judaism and anti-Semitism, discusses Christian attitudes towards the Jews.
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422 Pages
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The Nazi attempt to exterminate the Jews of Europe in the 1940s is an event that staggered the history of the world and left an atrocious scar that will never disappear. Four decades later, the human concerns of this catastrophe remain intense.
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Richard L Rubenstein

Richard L. Rubenstein is President Emeritus and Distinguished Professor of Religion at the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut, where he also serves as Director of the University's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. An internationally recognized historian of religion, he previously served as Distinguished Professor of Religion at Florida State University, where the Richard L. Rubenstein Chair for Religious Studies was created in his honor.

John K Roth

John K. Roth is professor emeritus of philosophy at Claremont McKenna College and founding director of its Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights.