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" THE HIDDEN GOD " : la doctrine du "Dieu caché" chez E. Berkovits et ses implications pour une théologie après la Shoah

Abstract : Our work suggests the discovery of a thinker from Jewish orthodoxy, Eliezer Berkovits (1908-1992), and aims to establish a dialogue between the Jewish and Christian communities in a perspective borrowed from the comparative theology of religions. Could his comments on the "hidden God" in relation to the Shoah be conducive to dialogue ? After a biographical overview, we will explore the main themes of his theological thought by proposing an itinerary beginning with three key axes : God, man and history. We will then move on to a critical discussion of its considerations and conclude with the relevance of its thinking for current theological reflection by discerning possible areas of dialogue up to Christian theology.
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Carmelo Mendola. " THE HIDDEN GOD " : la doctrine du "Dieu caché" chez E. Berkovits et ses implications pour une théologie après la Shoah. Religions. Université de Strasbourg, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019STRAK009⟩. ⟨tel-02860587⟩

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