Table of contents for Mel Gibson's Passion and philosophy : the challenge of Christ's trial, conviction, and crucifixion / edited by Jorge J.E. Gracia.

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Preface: Philosophy Confronts The Passion 							000
Acknowledgments										000
1. Who Do You Say That I Am? Mel Gibson's Christ
Ralph McInerny									000
I. Did Christ Have to Suffer Violently?							000
2. Christ's Suffering and the Limits of Reason
Mark A. Wrathall									000
3. Christ's Atonement: Washing Away Human Sin
Jerry L. Walls										000
4. The Focus of The Passion Puts the Person of Jesus Our of Focus
Charles Taliaferro									000
5. Gibson's Sublime Passion: In Defense of the Violence
William Irwin										000
6. God and Man Separated No More: Hegel Overcomes the Unhappy Consciousness of Gibson's 
Christianity
James Lawler										000
II. Is The Passion Anti-Semitic?							000
7. The Many Passions of the Christ: Conflicting Reactions
Thomas E. Wartenberg								000
8. The Passion as Political Weapon: Anti-Semitism and Gibson's Use of the Gospels
Paul Kurtz										000
9. Is The Passion of the Christ Racist? Due Process, Punishment, and Responsibility
J. Angelo Corlett									000
10. The Passion of the Jew: Jesus in the Jewish Mystical Tradition
Eric Bronson										000
III. What Is the Truth?							000
11. Pilate's Question: What Is Truth?
William Irwin										000
12. How Can We Know What God Truly Means? Gibson's Take on Scripture
Jorge J.E. Gracia									000
13. The Women Who Loved Jesus: Suffering and the Traditional Feminine Role
Cynthia Freeland									000
IV. Why Was Christ Killed?							000
14. The Craftiness of Christ: Wisdom of the Hidden God
Dallas Willard										000
15. The Death of Socrates and the Death of Christ
Gareth B. Matthews									000
16. Dances of Death: Christ's Passion and the Meaning of Life 
Bruce R. Reichenbach									000
17. The Crisis of the Cross: God as Scandalous
Paul K. Moser										000
V. Who Is Morally Responsible?							000
18. Christ's Choice: Could It Have Been Different?
Jonathan J. Sanford									000
19. Forgiving Judas: Extenuating Circumstances in the Ultimate Betrayal 
Anna Lännström									000
20. Resist Not Evil! Jesus and Nonviolence
Gregory Bassham and David Baggett							000
About the Authors										000
Index												000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Passion of the Christ (Motion picture).
Jesus Christ -- Passion.