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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction 1 Section 1: Reflections on the Film 1 Review of The Passion of the Christ Irving Greenberg 2 Gibson at the Crossroads Penny Wheeler 3 Gibson's Passion Yvonne Kozlovsky Golan 4 Where Are the Flies? Where Is the Smoke? The Real and Super-Real in Mel Gibson's The Passion Bruce Zuckerman 5 How Austrians Viewed The Passion of the Christ Hans H¿dl 6 Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ and the "Via Media" Richard Holdredge Section 2: Scriptural Jesus and Gibson's Passion 7 The Quest of the Historical Jesus Revisited: Gibson's The Passion of the Christ Peter Haas 8 The Jewish Jesus: A Partisan's Imagination Zev Garber 9 History, Archaeology, and Mel Gibson's Passion Gordon D. Young 10 Where Is the History in Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ? S. Scott Bartchy 11 Reflections on Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ Louis H. Feldman 12 Crucifixion in Rabbinic Context: Juridical or Theological? Jacob Neusner Section 3: Diversity and Dialogue 13 Dramatizing the Passion: From Oberammergau to Gibson Gordon R. Mork 14 Deicide D¿j¿ vu: Mel Gibson's Film The Passion-- An Attack on 40 Years of Jewish-Christian Dialogue Samuel Edelman and Carol Edelman 15 Gibson's Passion: The Challenge for Catholics John T. Pawlikowski 16 Gibson's Passion on a Catholic Campus Richard Libowitz 17 Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ: A Protestant Perspective James F. Moore 18 Jewish "Officialdom" and The Passion of the Christ: Who Said What and What Did They Say? Steven Leonard Jacobs 19 A View from the Pew on Gibson's Passion Stuart D. Robertson 20 The Passion of the Christ and Congregational Interfaith Relations Joseph A. Edelheit Index
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Passion of the Christ (Motion picture).