Bibliography (World Philosophers and Their Works)
Sources for Further Study
Braiterman, Zachary. (God) After Auschwitz: Tradition and Change in Post-Holocaust Thought. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1998. Braiterman thoughtfully interprets and assesses Richard L. Rubenstein’s contributions to debate about God’s relation to history and to the Holocaust in particular.
Cohn-Sherbok, Dan. Holocaust Theology. London: Lamp Press, 1989. Surveying various theological responses to the Holocaust, this book contains a good introductory chapter about Rubenstein’s thought written by a well-qualified interpreter of his work.
Haynes, Stephen R., and John K. Roth, eds. The Death of God Movement and the Holocaust: Radical Theology Encounters the Shoah. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1999. Rubenstein joins other scholars, including Thomas Altizer, William Hamilton, and Paul van Buren, to discuss retrospectively the Holocaust’s impact on the “death of God” movement in theology.
Jacobs, Steven L., ed. The Holocaust Now: Contemporary Christian and Jewish Thought. East Rockaway, N.Y.: Cummings and Hathaway, 1996. This work features significant essays on post-Holocaust theology that frequently address Rubenstein’s concerns and theories.
Katz, Stephen T. Post-Holocaust Dialogues: Critical Studies...
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