In God's Name Genocide and Religion in the Twentieth Century
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Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Incorporated
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
|The Perpetrators: Theology and Practice|
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|Genocide, Religion, and Gerhard Kittel: Protestant Theologians Face the Third Reich|
|When Jesus Was an Aryan: The Protestant Church and Antisemitic Propaganda|
|A Pure Conscience Is Good Enough: Bishop von Galen and Resistance to Nazism|
|Between God and Hitler: German Military Chaplains and the Crimes of the Third Reich|
|Christian Churches and Genocide in Rwanda|
|The Churches and the Genocide in the East African Great Lakes Region|
|Kosovo Mythology and the Bosnian Genocide|
|Survival: Rescuers and Victims|
|The Absorption of Armenian Women and Children into Muslim Households As a Structural Component of the Armenian Genocide|
|Transcending Boundaries: Hungarian Roman Catholic Religious Women and the "Persecuted Ones"|
|Denial and Defiance in the Work of Rabbi Regina Jonas|
|A Personal Account|
|Aftermath: Politics, Faith, and Representation|
|Zionist and Israeli Attitudes Toward the Armenian Genocide|
|Faith, Religious Practices, and Genocide: Armenians and Jews in France following World War I and II|
|Orthodox Jewish Thought in the Wake of the Holocaust: Tamim Pa'alo of 1947|
|Jewish-American Artists and the Holocaust: The Responses of Two Generations|
|The Journey to Poland|
|List of Contributors|