Faith after the Holocaust, New York: KTAV 1973

Here is a Jewish theologian finely addressing the faith issues that arise from the moral grandeur of so many of the victims of the Shoah. He treats the martyrdoms in the light of the longer view of all the oppressed and victimized in Jewish history, intentionally dissociating himself from those who see the Shoah as a unique problem in theodicy and reintroduced to the discussion the concept of the 'hiding face' of God. See also his God in Hell, New York: Sanhedrin, 1979.