A Shadow of Glory. Reading the New Testament After the by Tod Linafelt

By Tod Linafelt

BbWhat position may perhaps the hot testomony have performed within the cultural historical past of anti-Semitism that culminated within the Holocaust? and the way has the Holocaust in flip affected the way in which we read-or should still read-the founding textual content of Christianity? even supposing the philosophical, moral, and theological implications of the Holocaust have acquired a lot consciousness in recent times, its implications for our practices of biblical interpretation have long past principally unexplored. In A Shadow of Glory essentially the most favorite modern students in religious study and Jewish studies-both Christian and Jewish, American and European-lay the foundation for a brand new post-Holocaust hermeneutics.

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14. Martin Dibelius and Hans Conzelmann, The Pastoral Epistles, trans. " 15. Rudolph Bultmann, Theology of the New Testament, Vol. 2, trans. Kendrick Grobel (New York: Scribners, 1955), 186. 16. Ernst Kasernann, "Paul and early Catholicism," New Testament Questions of Today, trans. Wilfred F. Bunge (New York:Harper & Row, 1969),239. 17. Jesus MeansFreedom: A Polemical Survey of the New Testament, trans. Frank Clarke (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1968). 18. James Barr, Holy Scripture: Canon, Authority, Criticism (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1983),93.

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4. Siegfried Leffler,born in 1900, joined the NSDAP on June 1, 1929; his membership number was 138841. Julius Leutheuser, also born in 1900, joined the NSDAP the same day; his membership number was 138836. BDC, Leffler,and Leutheuser materials. 5. Martin Sasse,born in 1890, joined the NSDAP on March 1, 1930; his membership number was 204010 BDC, Sasse materials. 6. Copies of the regulations are found in the Archive of the Evangelische Church in Thuringen (LKA) in Eisenach. 7. Friedrich Werner, born in 1897, joined the NSDAP on January 1, 1931; his membership number was 411184.

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