Theological and Philosophical Reflections on the Holocaust
- Randolph L. Braham, ed., The Psychological Perspectives of the Holocaust and of Its Aftermath (Columbia University Press).
- Arthur L. Caplan, When Medicine Went Mad: Bioethics and the Holocaust (Humana Press).
- Joel E. Dimsdale, ed., Victims and Perpetrators: Essays on the Nazi Holocaust (Hemisphere Publications).
- A. Roy Eckardt with Alice L. Eckhardt, Long Night’s Journey into Day (Wayne State University Press).
- Francois Furet, Unanswered Questions (Schocken)
- Roger S. Gottlieb, ed., Thinking the Unthinkable: Meanings of the Holocaust (Paulist Press).
- Berel Lang, Act and Idea in the Nazi Genocide (The University of Chicago Press).
- —Heidegger’s Silence (Cornell University Press). Franklin H. Littell, The Crucifixion of the Jews: The Failure of Christians to Understand the Jewish Experience (Mercer University Press).
- Franklin H. Littell, The Crucifixion of the Jews: The Failure of Christians to Understand the Jewish Experience (Mercer University Press).
- Alan Rosenberg and Gerald E. Myers, eds., Echoes from the Holocaust: Philosophical Reflections on a Dark Time (Temple University Press).
- John K. Roth and Michael Berenbaum, eds., Holocaust: Religious and Philosophical Implications (Paragon House).
- Richard L. Rubenstein and John K. Roth, Approaches to Auschwitz: The Holocaust and Its Legacy (John Knox Press).
85 minutes, Videotape, color.
Recommended for high school grades and up.
A conversation between two survivors probing the meaning of religion and friendship in light of the Holocaust.
TABLE of CONTENTS
- European Jewry Before the Holocaust
- The Holocaust: A General Overview
- Germany, Hitler, and the Growth of Nazism
- The Geography of the Holocaust
- The Ghettos
- Concentration and Extermination Camps
- Perpetrators, Bystanders and Collaborators
- Other Victims of Nazi Persecution
- Nazi War Crimes and Judgment
- The Survivors and the Second Generation
- Theological and Philosophical Reflections on the Holocaust
- Specialized Studies
- Women and the Holocaust
- Deniers and Denial