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In God's name : genocide and religion in the twentieth century / edited by Omer Bartov and Phyllis Mack.

Contributor(s): Bartov, Omer | Mack, Phyllis.
Material type: TextTextSeries: War and genocide: v. 4.Publisher: New York : Berghahn Books, 2001Description: vii, 401 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 1571812148 (alk. paper); 1571813020 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Genocide -- Religious aspects -- History -- 20th century | Religion and state -- History -- 20th century
Contents:
Introduction / Omer Bartov and Phyllis Mack -- pt. 1. The perspectives : theology and practice. Religion, ethnicity, and nationalism : Armenians, Turks, and the end of the Ottoman Empire / Ronald Grigor Suny -- Genocide, religion, and Gerhard Kittel : protestant theologians face the Third Reich / Robert P. Erickson -- When Jesus was an Aryan : the protestant church and antisemitic propaganda / Susannah Heschel -- A pure conscience is good enough : Bishop von Galen and resistance to Nazism / Beth Griech-Polelle -- Between God and Hitler : German military chaplains and the crimes of the Third Reich / Doris L. Bergen -- Christian churches and genocide in Rwanda / Timothy Longman -- The churches and the genocide in the East African Great Lakes Region / Charles de Lespinay -- Kosovo mythology and the Bosnian genocide / Michael Sells -- pt. 2. Survival : rescuers and victims. The absorption of Armenian women and children into Muslim households of the Armenian genocide / Ara Sarafian -- Transcending boundaries : Hungarian Roman Catholic religious women and the "Persecuted ones" / Jessica A. Sheetz-Nguyen -- Denial and defiance in the work of Rabbi Regina Jones / Katharina von Kellenbach -- A personal account / Gabor Vermes --
pt. 3. Aftermath : politics, faith, and representation. Zionist and Israeli attitudes toward the Armenian genocide / Yair Auron -- Faith, religious practices, and genocide : Armenians and Jews in France following World War I and II / Maud Mandel -- Orthodox Jewish thought in the wake of the Holocaust : Tamim Pa'alo of 1947 / Gershon Greenberg -- Jewish-American artists and the Holocaust : the responses of two generations / Matthew Baigell -- The journey to Poland / Michal Govrin -- Conclusion / Ian Kershaw.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Omer Bartov and Phyllis Mack -- pt. 1. The perspectives : theology and practice. Religion, ethnicity, and nationalism : Armenians, Turks, and the end of the Ottoman Empire / Ronald Grigor Suny -- Genocide, religion, and Gerhard Kittel : protestant theologians face the Third Reich / Robert P. Erickson -- When Jesus was an Aryan : the protestant church and antisemitic propaganda / Susannah Heschel -- A pure conscience is good enough : Bishop von Galen and resistance to Nazism / Beth Griech-Polelle -- Between God and Hitler : German military chaplains and the crimes of the Third Reich / Doris L. Bergen -- Christian churches and genocide in Rwanda / Timothy Longman -- The churches and the genocide in the East African Great Lakes Region / Charles de Lespinay -- Kosovo mythology and the Bosnian genocide / Michael Sells -- pt. 2. Survival : rescuers and victims. The absorption of Armenian women and children into Muslim households of the Armenian genocide / Ara Sarafian -- Transcending boundaries : Hungarian Roman Catholic religious women and the "Persecuted ones" / Jessica A. Sheetz-Nguyen -- Denial and defiance in the work of Rabbi Regina Jones / Katharina von Kellenbach -- A personal account / Gabor Vermes --

pt. 3. Aftermath : politics, faith, and representation. Zionist and Israeli attitudes toward the Armenian genocide / Yair Auron -- Faith, religious practices, and genocide : Armenians and Jews in France following World War I and II / Maud Mandel -- Orthodox Jewish thought in the wake of the Holocaust : Tamim Pa'alo of 1947 / Gershon Greenberg -- Jewish-American artists and the Holocaust : the responses of two generations / Matthew Baigell -- The journey to Poland / Michal Govrin -- Conclusion / Ian Kershaw.

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