Jews, Church, & Civilization IV

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

“…a major contribution to the Jewish conversations through the ages, on theodicy, and the problem of evil generally.”

Dr. Norman Lamm
President, Yeshiva University

“…a framework for a renewed exploration into the most agonizing aspects of the meaning of religious belief… It is an impressive attempt to focus intellectually on the Holocaust without diminishing the primal outcry of pain.”

Rabbi Nachum Rabinovitch
Rosh Yeshiva Birkat Moshe, Israel,
Former Dean, Jews College, London

“David Birnbaum brings the rich resources of the Jewish tradition to bear on the universal problem of theodicy. The result is a new synthesis… I can certainly recommend it as a fascinating contribution to the philosophy of religion which merits the attention of Christians and Jews alike.”

John J. Collins
Professor of Theology, University of Notre Dame
Editor, Journal of Biblical Literature

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