Ignaz Maybaum: A Reader

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Berghahn Books, 2001 - 224 pagini

Ignaz Maybaum (1897-1976) is widely recognized as one of the foremost Jewish theologians of the post-Holocaust era. Although he is mentioned in most treatments of post-Holocaust Jewish theology, his works are out of print and are only accessible to a small readership.

Nicholas de Lange (who worked closely with Maybaum in his lifetime), has made a representative selection from his writings, under various headings: Judaism in the Modern Age, Trialogue between Jew, Christian, and Muslim, the Holocaust, and Zion. In an Introduction, he sets Maybaum's thoughts against the background of their time, indicates their main lines, and assesses how much of them is still of value today.

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Friday Evening
3
Liberal and Reform Judaism
9
Samson Raphael Hirsch and Abraham Geiger
14
Jewish SelfHatred on Sigmund Freud
20
Freuds Vienna
26
Jewish Migration
39
Leo Baeck in Terezin
45
Prophetic Judaism and the Halachah
54
The Holy Seed
131
Shylock the Tragic Champion of the Law
137
The Third Churban 22 The Third Churban
153
The Human Imagination
156
The Tragedy of Auschwitz
160
The End of the Middle Ages
163
The Day of the Lord
166
The Last Will and Testament of East European Jewry
170

Trialogue Between Jew Christian and Muslim
65
Christian Antisemitism
67
The Doctrine of the Trinity
71
The Cross and Galut
75
The Binding of Isaac
78
Moriah Massada Golgotha
81
The Year One
84
The Medieval Passion Play
91
Islamic Submission to the Law
97
The Islamic Gown of Jewish Orthodoxy
111
Vicarious Suffering
121
Secular and Holy
127
Fathers and Sons
174
Apocalypse and Churban
183
Zion
195
Zeal
197
Political Idealism
202
Diaspora
211
Help Israel
214
Bibliography
217
Sources of Extracts
219
Biblical Index
221
Index of Persons
223
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Nicholas de Lange teaches in the Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge.

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