There are probably no two men of such stature who can speak to the Holocaust as Christian theologian Johann Baptist Metz, author of A Passion for God, and Jewish writer, Nobel laureate and human rights activist Elie Wiesel, author of Night. One was drafted into the German army at the age of fifteen; the other was interned at Auschwitz. Both came from upbringings of deep faith, only to have their lives broken by the horrors they witnessed during the war. Both share the sense that the Holocaust is a rift in history itself, after which nothing could ever be seen in the same way as before.
Interviews with these two important figures who speak about how to conceive of who God is in of the light of the Holocaust. Emphasize in copy that these are two independent interviews. Also, mention Metz's A Passion for God. An academic catalog selection.