|Series editors’ preface||ix|
|The argument of this book||4|
|From Jewish women’s history to Jewish feminist theology||13|
|1Reading post-Holocaust theology from a feminist perspective||19|
|Writing women out of (and into) post-Holocaust theology||21|
|The patriarchal characteristics of post-Holocaust theology||27|
|Post-Holocaust affirmations of the sovereignty of God||29|
|God’s failure to be patriarchal enough||35|
|Re-figuring divine power||37|
|2The hiding of God’s face in Auschwitz||43|
|The holocaustal dis-appearance of God||44|
|Presence, absence and gender||50|
|3Feminist intimations of the holy in Auschwitz||59|
|The covenantal sanctification of Auschwitz||59|
|The profanization of women in Auschwitz||63|
|Women’s sanctification of Auschwitz||70|
|The (de)portation of the holy into Auschwitz||81|
|4Face to face (with God) in Auschwitz||86|
|The degradation of relation||89|
|The persistence of relation||94|
|Facing God in Auschwitz||100|
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Book title: The Female Face of God in Auschwitz:A Jewish Feminist Theology of the Holocaust.
Contributors: Melissa Raphael - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2003.
Page number: v.
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