Table of contents for Barth, Israel, and Jesus : Karl Barth's theology of Israel / Mark R Lindsay.

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Preface 	vii
Acknowledgments 	xi
List of Abbreviations 	xii
Introduction		1
1. Jewish-Christian Relations Since 1945	7
Obstacles Along the Way		10 
Confessional mea culpas: Church statements 
 addressing the Holocaust		13
 Nostre Aetate		14
 The 1980 Rhineland Synod		18
Conclusion		21
2. Barth and the Jewish People: the historical debate	25
The Context of Controversy		26
Reading Barth¿s Ambiguity		30
Barth and the Jewish People: how scholars have understood him	32
Barth and the Jews: his personal relationships	38
Conclusion		50
3. Karl Barth and Natural Theology: a case study of the 
Holocaust as a theological locus		51
The Problem of Natural Theology		53
The Holocaust and the Doctrine of Evil		61
Outline of a Doctrine		65
An Evaluation		70
Conclusion		74
Postscript		75
4. Barth and the State of Israel: between theology and politics 	79
Out of the Ashes: The 1948 (re-)creation of Israel	80
The Creation of Israel in the ¿Doctrine of Creation¿	85
De Gubernatione and the King of Israel		89
The History of Israel as a Witness to the Rule of God	98
Political Support for Israel as a Theological Necessity	111
5. The Function of ¿Israel¿ in ¿The Doctrine of Reconciliation¿	115
Christological election as the presupposition of 
 dialogic possibilities		118
The Jews in the Far Country 		123
The Royal Man 		128
The Ministry of the Reconciled Community	130	
Conclusion		141
Name Index		147
Subject Index		151
Bibliography		153

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Barth, Karl, 1886-1968.
Christianity and other religions -- Judaism -- 1945-.
Judaism -- Relations -- Christianity -- 1945-.
Barth, Karl, 1886-1968. Lehre von der Versáeohnung.
Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Holocaust (Christian theology).
Israel -- History -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.