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Since the Nazi holocaust took the lives of a third of the Jewish people of the world, the Christian Church has been engaged in a self-examination of its own historical role in the creation of anti-semitism. In this major contribution to that search, theologian Rosemary Radford Ruether explores the roots of anti-semitism from new perspectives.


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Since the Nazi holocaust took the lives of a third of the Jewish people of the world, the Christian Church has been engaged in a self-examination of its own historical role in the creation of anti-semitism. In this major contribution to that search, theologian Rosemary Radford Ruether explores the roots of anti-semitism from new perspectives.

43 review for Faith and Fratricide: The Theological Roots of Anti-Semitism

  1. 4 out of 5

    Fred Kohn

    Maybe 3.5 stars. This was a horrifying book to read, telling a horrifying story that unfortunately few know. The book is a bit dated now, but the scholarship is excellent for its time. The introduction was horrible; making it seem like I was going to read a theological treatise instead of a history. In fact, only the last chapter addressed how Christians should react to their anti-Judaic past theologically. I must admit I wasn't able to get much out of this chapter. Whether that is because it wa Maybe 3.5 stars. This was a horrifying book to read, telling a horrifying story that unfortunately few know. The book is a bit dated now, but the scholarship is excellent for its time. The introduction was horrible; making it seem like I was going to read a theological treatise instead of a history. In fact, only the last chapter addressed how Christians should react to their anti-Judaic past theologically. I must admit I wasn't able to get much out of this chapter. Whether that is because it was written in the 70s, or whether I'm not really in the Church, or in fact it wasn't particularly good I cannot say.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    A heavy book to read, but well written. I never realized how much anti-Semitism has been embedded in Christianity for so long. Awareness makes it possible to change.

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    Rob the Obscure

    Still a stunning book for any student of the Bible

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