The Oberammergau Passion Play: A Lance against Civilization

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The Oberammergau Passion Play
A Lance agaist Civilization

Saul S. Friedman

Southern Illinois University Press Carbondale and Edwardsville

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Foreword xi
  • New Testament Roots of Christian Anti-Semitism xv
  • Preface xxi
  • The Way to Oberammergau 1
  • The Origins of the Passion 14
  • The Daisenberger Passion 27
  • Guidelines Rejected: - A New Covenant 46
  • History Ignored: - The Sanhedrin and Pilate 60
  • Hymn of Reconciliation or an Anti-Semitic Play? 80
  • The Impact of Anti-Semitism 100
  • The Tercentenary: - The Passion Play as Nazi Propaganda 114
  • The 1950 Revival 131
  • Profit from the Passion 147
  • The Rosner Option 162
  • A Contemporary Passion? 178
  • Postscript 192
  • Notes 197
  • Selected Bibliography 245
  • Index 257
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