Strange Fire: Reading the Bible After the Holocaust

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Tod Linafelt
NYU Press, 2000 - 304 ページ

There can be little doubt that the Holocaust was an event of major consequence for the twentieth century. While there have been innumerable volumes published on the implications of the Holocaust for history, philosophy, and ethics, there has been a surprising lack of attention paid to the theoretical and practical effects of the Shoah on biblical interpretation.
Strange Fire addresses the implications of the Holocaust for interpretation of the Hebrew Bible, bringing together a diverse and distinguished range of contributors, including Richard Rubenstein, Elie Wiesel, and Walter Brueggemann, to discuss theoretical and methodological considerations emerging from the Shoah and to demonstrate the importance of these considerations in the reading of specific biblical texts. The volume addresses such issues as Jewish and Christian biblical theology after the Holocaust, the ethics of Christian appropriation of Jewish scripture, and the rethinking of biblical models of suffering and sacrifice from a post-Holocaust perspective.
The first book of its kind, Strange Fire will establish a benchmark for all future work on the topic.

 

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Notes on Contributors
9
Strange Fires Ancient and Modern
15
A Conversation
22
The Ethical Dimensions of
36
Rabbinic Bible Interpretation after the Holocaust
52
A Fissure Always Uncontained
62
The Hebrew Bible in the Framework of ChristianJewish
76
Biblical Texts Holocaust Testimony
86
Biblical Quotation in
161
a Murderer? Judges 1921 as a Parable
176
Helping the Church Interpret
192
Isaiah and Theodicy after the Shoah
208
Job and Auschwitz
233
Job and PostHolocaust Theodicy
252
The Presentation of Pain in
267
Death as the Beginning of Life in the Book of Ecclesiastes
280

The Shoah and the Biblical Ethics
106
Edmond Jabès and the Question of Death
121
ENGAGING BIBLICAL TEXTS IN LIGHT OF THE HOLOCAUST
136

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TOD LINAFELT is Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, Georgetown University. He is the author of Surviving Lamentations and a commentary on the book of Ruth.

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