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Peace, in deed : essays in honor of Harry James Cargas / edited by Zev Garber and Richard Libowitz.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.3 .P39 1998

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    Series
    South Florida studies in the history of Judaism ; no. 162
    South Florida studies in the history of Judaism ; 162.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Atlanta, Ga. : Scholars Press, [1998]
    ©1998
    Contents
    Another time, another place / Nechama Tec
    Americans who cared / Pierre Sauvage
    Living the living good / David Patterson
    Reflections: shadows of the holocaust / Leon Wells
    Holocaust denial: tempest in a teapot, or storm on the horizon! / Alan L. Berger
    Blind but not ignorant: German women during the holocaust / Carol Rittner
    Making sense of evil: reflections on hate, intolerance, and responsibility / Jacob Neusner
    Rereading the story of Sodom and Gomorrah in the aftermath of the holocaust / Rachel Feldhay Brenner
    Know Sodom, know Shoah / Zev Garber
    Can there be justice? / James Moore
    Job / Elie Wiesel
    Reflecting on biblical children: from Adam and Eve, Isaac and Jesus to the betrayal and sacrifice of our children / André Stein
    Single or double covenant: contemporary perspectives / John T. Pawlikowski
    Christian-Jewish relations: an historical overview and prognosis / Eugene J. Fisher
    "Separate but equal": the model for Christian/Jewish relations? / Franklin H. Littell
    Teaching the holocaust in a Catholic setting / Richard Libowitz
    Role of the university in rethinking issues of social justice / Marcia Sachs Littell
    On the city which nourished us / Hubert Locke
    Teaching life: reflections on some voices I have heard / John Roth
    In memory and hope: six poems for Harry James Cargas / William Heyen.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Cargas, Harry J.
    Garber, Zev, 1941-
    Libowitz, Richard, 1948-
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
    Another time, another place / Nechama Tec -- Americans who cared / Pierre Sauvage -- Living the living good / David Patterson -- Reflections: shadows of the holocaust / Leon Wells -- Holocaust denial: tempest in a teapot, or storm on the horizon! / Alan L. Berger -- Blind but not ignorant: German women during the holocaust / Carol Rittner -- Making sense of evil: reflections on hate, intolerance, and responsibility / Jacob Neusner -- Rereading the story of Sodom and Gomorrah in the aftermath of the holocaust / Rachel Feldhay Brenner --
    Know Sodom, know Shoah / Zev Garber -- Can there be justice? / James Moore -- Job / Elie Wiesel -- Reflecting on biblical children: from Adam and Eve, Isaac and Jesus to the betrayal and sacrifice of our children / André Stein -- Single or double covenant: contemporary perspectives / John T. Pawlikowski -- Christian-Jewish relations: an historical overview and prognosis / Eugene J. Fisher -- "Separate but equal": the model for Christian/Jewish relations? / Franklin H. Littell --
    Teaching the holocaust in a Catholic setting / Richard Libowitz -- Role of the university in rethinking issues of social justice / Marcia Sachs Littell -- On the city which nourished us / Hubert Locke -- Teaching life: reflections on some voices I have heard / John Roth -- In memory and hope: six poems for Harry James Cargas / William Heyen.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0788504975
    Physical Description
    xii, 253 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

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