Ethics in the Shadow of the Holocaust
Christian and Jewish Perspectives
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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Number of Pages: 364
Width: 15.8 cm
Height: 23.8 cm
Jewish and Christian scholars consider the Vatican document, "We Remember: A Reflection on the 'Shoah'." Robert Schreiter, Gerard Sloyan, Irving Greenberg, Cardinal Edward Cassidy, Michael Marrus, Steven Katz, John Morley, Judith H. Banki, and Ronald Modras address four major points of controversy, including the legacy of anit-Semitism in the church and the role of Pius XII during the Holocaust. Michael Berenbaum, John Pawlikowski, John Michalczyk, Peter Hass, Peter Hayes, and Donald Dietrich confront three major ethical themes, including what we can learn about today's economic and social structures based on the transformation of German business from reluctant supporters to full participants in Nazism.