The Anguish of the Jews: Twenty-three Centuries of Antisemitism

Voorkant
Paulist Press, 1985 - 369 pagina's
"The story told by Edward Flannery...calls not only for reform but for profound and meaningful repentance." --David W. Tracy "A major contribution to Jewish-Christian relations." --Marc Tanenbaum "It will bring the Catholic community an entirely new development in their thinking about the people of the Jewish faith." --Robert F. Drinan "It comes from the heart of an honest priest who is deeply moved by the poisonous horror of anti-Semitism, and who appeals to his people to remember that...it is a denial of Christian faith, a failure of Christian hope, and a malady of Christian love." --Abram Sachar "A definitive work." --Benjamin Epstein This revised and updated edition of THE ANGUISH OF THE JEWS - a classic history of anti-Semitism written by a Roman Catholic priest and now with a foreword by Philip Cunningham is as relevant today as when it was first published in 1964. Hailed by Jews and Christians alike as a groundbreaking book that did much to expose the reality of historical anti-Semitism in the United States and around the world, it includes material covering the last two decades; it considers developments in the Middle East, and it explores the impact that Judaic studies have had on Christian thought.
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
THE ANCIENT WORLD
7
THE CONFLICT OF THE CHURCH AND SYNAGOGUE
28
A CRITICAL CENTURY
47
SHIFTING FORTUNES
66
THE VALE OF TEARS
90
AN OASIS AND AN ORDEAL
122
THE AGE OF THE GHETTO
145
THE RACIAL MYTH AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
179
A WAR WITHIN A WAR
196
THE FINAL SOLUTION
205
RED ANTISEMITISM
230
POLITE ANTISEMITISM
247
THE LAST TWENTYFIVE YEARS
263
THE ROOTS OF ANTISEMITISM
284
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THE STRUGGLE FOR EMANCIPATION
160

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