Table of contents for Constantine's sword : the church and the Jews : a history / James Carroll.


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Contents
Part one
The Cross at Auschwitz
1.	Sign of Folly	3
2.	Stumbling Block to Jews	13
3.	The Journey	19
4.	My Mother's Clock	24
5.	Passion Play	31
6.	My Rabbi	37
7.	Between Past and Future	58
Part two
New Testament Origins of Jew Hatred
8.	My Great-Uncle	67
9.	Jesus, a Jew?	71
10.	The Threshold Stone	89
11.	Destroy This Temple	100
12.	The Healing Circle	122
13.	Paul, the Martyr of Shalom	135
14.	Parting of the Ways	144
15.	The Lachrymose Tradition: A Cautionary Note	150
Part three
Constantine, Augustine, and the Jews
16.	The Heart of This Story Is a Place	155
17.	The Story of Constantine	165
18.	The Cross and the Religious Imagination	172
19.	The Vision of Constantine	178
20.	The True Cross	195
21.	Augustine Trembling	208
22.	The Seamless Robe	220
23.	The Danger of Ambivalence	229
Part four
From Crusades to Conversionism
24.	The War of the Cross	237
25.	The Incident in Trier	246
26.	Mainz Anonymous	257
27.	The Blood Libel	268
28.	Anselm: Why God Became Man	278
29.	Abelard and Heloise	290
30.	Thomas Aquinas: Reason Against the Jews	301
Part five
The Inquisition: Enter Racism
31.	One Road	313
32.	My Inquisition	319
33.	Convivencia to Reconquista	322
34.	Convert-Making: The Failure of Success	333
35.	Expulsion in 1492	343
36.	The Roman Ghetto	363
37.	The Religious Response of the Jews	385
38.	Shema Yisrael!	391
Part six
Emancipation, Revolution, and a New Fear of Jews
39.	Karl Marx, Second Son of Trier	401
40.	Spinoza: From Rabbis to Revolution	406
41.	Voltaire and the False Promise of Emancipation	414
42.	Jew as Revolutionary, Jew as Financier	426
43.	Revolution in Rome: The Pope's Jews	439
44.	Alfred Dreyfus and La Croix	450
45.	The Uses of Antisemitism	464
46.	Lucie and Madeleine	467
Part seven
The Church and Hitler
47.	From Christian Anti-Judaism to Eliminationist 
Antisemitism	475
48.	Setting a Standard: The Church Against Bismarck	479
49.	Eugenio Pacelli and the Surrender of German Catholicism	495
50.	The Seamless Robe in 1933	501
51.	Maria Laach and Reichstheologie	511
52.	Pius XII: Last Days of the Roman Ghetto	523
53.	Edith Stein and Catholic Memory	536

Part eight
A Call for Vatican III
54.	The Broad Relevance of Catholic Reform	547
55.	Agenda for a New Reformation	559
56.	Agenda Item 1: Anti-Judaism in the New Testament	561
57.	Agenda Item 2: The Church and Power	570
58.	Agenda Item 3: A New Christology	577
59.	Agenda Item 4: The Holiness of Democracy	588
60.	Agenda Item 5: Repentance	599
Epilogue: The Faith of a Catholic	605
Acknowledgments	619
Chronology	622
Notes	628
Bibliography	696
Index	720

Christianity and antisemitism History, Catholic Church Relations Judaism, Judaism Relations Catholic Church