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Title
Conceptions of God, freedom, and ethics in African American and Jewish theology Conceptions of God, freedom, and ethics in African American and Jewish theology
Type
Text
Language
English
Classification
LCC: BT82.7 .B84 2008 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 231 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2007041189
Table Of Contents
Introducing black and Jewish responses to experiences of moral evil and suffering
What does the Christian gospel have to do with the black power movement? : James Cone's God of the oppressed
Why divine goodness or power? why God? why liberation? : critiques and affirmations of James Cone
A new Sinai? a new Exodus? : divine presence during and after the Holocaust in the theology of Emil Fackenheim
After the Holocaust
the destruction of the God of history, of chosenness, and of patriarchy : critiques and affirmations of Emil Fackenheim
A consideration of humanocentric theism, resistance, and redemption.
Authorized Access Point
Buhring, Kurt. Conceptions of God, freedom, and ethics in African American and Jewish theology