A Guest in the House of Israel: Post-Holocaust Church Theology. Louisville, Kentucky, Westminster John Knox Press, 1993

344 pages. In light of two millennia of anti-Jewish teachings within the church (which played a role in enabling the Shoah to take place and which continue today), Williamson underscores the moral imperative facing Christians that demands that they re-think the way they understand their faith. An impressive, comprehensive, scholarly work of systematic theology that seeks to reshape fundamental church teachings on God, Jesus, Paul, covenant, scripture, and the nature of the church itself.