The Continuing Agony: From the Carmelite Convent to the Crosses at Auschwitz (Studies in Judaism)

The Continuing Agony: From the Carmelite Convent to the Crosses at Auschwitz (Studies in Judaism) by Alan L. Berger, Harry James Cargas, Susan E. Nowak, Alan L. Berger, Stanislaw Krajewski, Stanislaw Father Musial, Jacob Neusner, Marvin Prosono, The Government Information Center: The Chancery of the Prime Minister, Archbishop Henryk Muszynski, KAI, MikolajLizut, Cardinal Józef Glemp, John T. Pawlikowski, Eugene J. Fisher, Rachel Feldhay Brenner, Konstanty Gebert, David Patterson, Timothy M. Thibodeau, Christian Discussion Group of the Central Committee of German Catholics, Edward H. Flannery

ISBN10: 0761828036
ISBN13: 978-0761828037
Author: Alan L. Berger, Harry James Cargas, Susan E. Nowak, Alan L. Berger, Stanislaw Krajewski, Stanislaw Father Musial, Jacob Neusner, Marvin Prosono, The Government Information Center: The Chancery of the Prime Minister, Archbishop Henryk Muszynski, KAI, MikolajLizut, Cardinal Józef Glemp, John T. Pawlikowski, Eugene J. Fisher, Rachel Feldhay Brenner, Konstanty Gebert, David Patterson, Timothy M. Thibodeau, Christian Discussion Group of the Central Committee of German Catholics, Edward H. Flannery
Title: The Continuing Agony: From the Carmelite Convent to the Crosses at Auschwitz (Studies in Judaism)
Publisher: UPA (March 12, 2004)
Language: English
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The Continuing Agony: From the Carmelite Convent to the Crosses at Auschwitz (Studies in Judaism) by Alan L. Berger, Harry James Cargas, Susan E. Nowak, Alan L. Berger, Stanislaw Krajewski, Stanislaw Father Musial, Jacob Neusner, Marvin Prosono, The Government Information Center: The Chancery of the Prime Minister, Archbishop Henryk Muszynski, KAI, MikolajLizut, Cardinal Józef Glemp, John T. Pawlikowski, Eugene J. Fisher, Rachel Feldhay Brenner, Konstanty Gebert, David Patterson, Timothy M. Thibodeau, Christian Discussion Group of the Central Committee of German Catholics, Edward H. Flannery



The Continuing Agony addresses the crucial and painful issues that continue to plague Christian-Jewish relations after Auschwitz. Despite these obstacles, the essays in this book profess hope for the future of a Jewish-Catholic dialogue.

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