Wrestling with God: Jewish Theological Responses during and after the Holocaust

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Wrestling with God
Jewish Theological Responses during
and after the Holocaust

GENERAL EDITOR
Steven T. Katz

ASSOCIATE EDITORS

Shlomo Biderman
Gershon Greenberg

OXFORD
UNIVERSITY PRESS
2007

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Wrestling with God: Jewish Theological Responses during and after the Holocaust
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Credits v
  • Contents ix
  • General Introduction 3
  • Part I - Ultra-Orthodox Responses During and Following the War 9
  • Introduction 11
  • Within the Catastrophe 27
  • Elhanan Wasserman 29
  • Kalonymous Kalman Shapira 39
  • Shlomoh Zalman Unsdorfer 51
  • Shlomoh Zalman Ehrenreich 61
  • At the Border of Catastrophe 73
  • Oyissakhar Taykhtahl 75
  • Aharon Rokea? 83
  • The Land of Israel 93
  • Reuven Katz 95
  • Yitsḥak Breuer 110
  • Mosheh Avigdor Amiel 120
  • Yehezkel Sarna 133
  • Ya'Akov Mosheh Ḥarlap 146
  • Ḥayim Yisrael Tsimerman 157
  • Yosef Yitshak Schneersohn 171
  • Simḥah Elberg 191
  • Bibliography 199
  • Part II - Israeli Responses During and Following the War 203
  • Introduction 205
  • Eliezer Schweid 217
  • Pinchas Peli 244
  • Yoel Schwartz and Yitzchak Goldstein 263
  • Alexander Donat 274
  • Moshe Unna 287
  • Yehuda Bauer 293
  • Natan Alterman 297
  • Yehoyada Amir 304
  • Yosef Achituv 318
  • Warren Zev Harvey 326
  • Shalom Rosenberg 332
  • Bibliography 351
  • Part III - European and American Responses During and Following the War 353
  • Introduction 355
  • Martin Buber 371
  • Abraham Joshua Heschel 376
  • Joseph B. Soloveitchik 381
  • Zvi Kolitz 394
  • Ignaz Maybaum 401
  • Richard Lowell Rubenstein 409
  • Emil Fackenheim 419
  • Emmanuel Levinas 450
  • Michael Wyschogrod 455
  • Eliezer Berkovits 462
  • Robert Gordis 490
  • Irving (Yitzchak) Greenberg 497
  • Isaac Hutner 556
  • Arthur A. Cohen 565
  • Steven T. Katz 581
  • Hans Jonas 627
  • Amos Funkenstein 637
  • Melissa Raphael 648
  • Jonathan Sacks 663
  • Elie Wiesel 681
  • Bibliography 685
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