Synopses & Reviews
Important and insightful essays provide a penetrating assessment of Christian responses in the Nazi era.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-218) and index.
Table of Contents
Assessing the heritage: German Protestant theologians, Nazis, and the "Jewish question" / Robert P. Ericksen -- Storm troopers of Christ: the German Christian Movement and the ecclesiastical final solution / Doris L. Bergen -- When Jesus was an Aryan: the Protestant Church and antisemitic propaganda / Susannah Heschel -- The Confessing Church and antisemitism: Protestant identity, German nationhood, and the exclusion of Jews / Shelley Baranowski -- Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Hitler's persecution of the Jews / Kenneth C. Barnes -- Pius XII, the Jews, and the German Catholic Church / Guenter Lewy -- Joseph Lortz and a Catholic accommodation with National Socialism / Michael B. Lukens -- Post-Holocaust theology: German theological responses since 1945 / Micha Brumlik.