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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction 1. The Church Struggle: Ecclesiastical, Political, and Theological Disunity in the Third Reich 2. Representations of the Nazi Past in Early 1945 3. Guilt from Another World: Guilt, Repentance, and Forgiveness in the Year Zero 4. The Stuttgart Declaration of Guilt: Religious Confession, Freedom Charter, or Another Versailles? 5. The Guilt of the Others: Bishop Wurm's Letter to English Christians 6. On the Political Course of Our People 7. The Church and Antisemitism 8. A Ray of Light in Their Darkness: The Church and Anti-Judaism Conclusion Appendix 1. Barmen Declaration of Faith Appendix 2. Message to the Pastors Appendix 3. Message to the Congregations Appendix 4. Stuttgart Declaration of Guilt Appendix 5. To the Christians in England Appendix 6. Statement by the Council of Brethren of the EKD Concerning the Political Course of Our People Appendix 7. Message Concerning the Jewish Question Appendix 8. Statement on the Jewish Question Notes Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Germany Church history 1945-Protestant churches Germany History 20th century, Guilt Religious aspects Christianity History of doctrines 20th century, National socialism and religion, Germany Church history 1933-1945, Church and state Germany History 1933-1945