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Post-Holocaust Christianity

Paul van Buren's Theology of the Jewish-Christianity Reality

Post-Holocaust Christianity

Paul van Buren's Theology of the Jewish-Christianity Reality

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£67.00

Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780761808992
Number of Pages: 208
Published: 20/01/1998
Width: 14.3 cm
Height: 22.3 cm
This book gives a critical assessment of Paul van Buren's contribution to the Jewish-Christian dialogue, and attempts an original contribution of its own. The main body of the work is concerned with van Buren's 'A Theology of the Jewish-Christian Reality', a systematic rethinking of Christianity vis-a-vis Judaism in a Post-Holocaust world. The premise on which van Buren's rethinking of Christianity rests is that the covenant between God and the Jewish people is eternal. The author suggests an alternative theory which overlaps with the relationship between Judaism and Christianity.

James H. Wallis

...a useful short-cut in getting to grips with van Buren's 3 volume Magnum Opus. -- William A. Beardslee, Process & Faith, Emory University John Hick Wallis's desire to draw our attention to new ways of interpreting the scriptures without anti-Judaic overtones commends his work to those who want to fashion a post-Holocaust Christianity in dialogue with Judaism. -- Karen-Marie Yust, Union Theological Seminary & Presbyterian School of Christian Education John Hick James Wallis offers a fine interpretation of Paul Van Buren's pioneering work. He provides a sensitive and informed history of the developing Jewish-Christian encounter and places Van Buren's work in this continuing dialogue. -- William A. Beardslee, Process & Faith, Emory University James Wallis offers a fine interpretation of Paul Van Buren's pioneering work. He provides a sensitive and informed history of the developing Jewish-Christian encounter and places Van Buren's work in this continuing dialogue. -- William A. Beardslee, Process & Faith, Emory University ...a useful short-cut in getting to grips with van Buren's 3 volume Magnum Opus. -- William A. Beardslee, Process & Faith, Emory University John Hick Wallis's desire to draw our attention to new ways of interpreting the scriptures without anti-Judaic overtones commends his work to those who want to fashion a post-Holocaust Christianity in dialogue with Judaism. -- Karen-Marie Yust, Union Theological Seminary & Presbyterian School of Christian Education John Hick

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