Cohn-Sherbok, Dan

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COHN-SHERBOK, Dan. American, b. 1945. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Ordained rabbi; University of Kent at Canterbury, England, lecturer in theology, 1975-, chairman of Board of Theology and Religious Studies, 1980-82, director of Centre for the Study of Religion and Society, 1982-90, convener of Canterbury Theological Network, 1992-. Visiting professor, University of Essex, 1993-94, Middlesex University, 1994, University of Wales, Lampter, 1995-. TV and radio broadcaster. Publications: NONFICTION: The Jewish Community of Canterbury, 1984; On Earth as It Is in Heaven, 1987; The Jewish Heritage, 1988; Jewish Petitionary Prayer, 1989; Holocaust Theology, 1989; Rabbinic Perspectives on the New Testament, 1990; Issues in Contemporary Judaism, 1991; A Dictionary of Judaica, 1992; A Dictionary of Judaism and Christianity, 1992; The Crucified Jew, 1992; Israel: The History of an Idea, 1992; Exodus: An Agenda for Jewish-Christian Dialogue, 1992; Atlas of Jewish History, 1993; Judaism and Other Faiths, 1994; The Future of Judaism, 1994; The American Jew, 1994; Jewish and Christian Mysticism, 1994; A Short History of Judaism, 1994; A Popular Dictionary of Judaism, 1994; God and the Holocaust, 1996; Modern Jewish Philosophy, 1996; (with A. Linzey) After Noah, 1996; The Hebrew Bible, 1996; 50 Key Jewish Thinkers, 1997; The Jewish Messiah, 1997; A Short Introduction to Judaism, 1997; Judaism, 1998; Jews, Christians and Religious Pluralism, 1999; Jesa, Christians and Religious Pluralism, 1999; Understanding the Holocaust, 1999; The Palestine-Israel Conflict, 2001; Messianic Judaism, 2001; Interfaith Theology, 2001; The Wisdom of the Kabbalah, 2002; AntiSemitism, 2002. EDITOR: (with others, and contrib.) Exploring Reality, 1987; (and contrib.) The Canterbury Papers (essays), 1990; (and contrib.) The Salman Rushdie Controversy in Interreligious Perspective, 1990; (and contrib.) Tradition and Unity: Sermons in Honour of Robert Runcie, 1990; (and contrib.) A Traditional Quest: Essays in Honour of Louis Jacobs, 1991; The Sayings of Moses, 1991; Using the Bible Today, 1991; (and contrib.) Islam in a World of Diverse Faiths, 1991; (and contrib.) The World's Religions and Human Liberation, 1992; (with others) Anti-Semitism in Our Time, 1992; (with others) Religion in Public Life, 1992; Problems in Contemporary Jewish Theology, 1992; Torah and Revelation, 1992; (with others) Beyond Death, 1992; Many Mansions: Interfaith and Religious Intolerance, 1992; Glimpses of God, 1993; Divine Intervention and Miracles, 1996; Modern Judaism, 1996; Biblical Hebrew for Beginners, 1996; Medieval Jewish Philosophy, 1996; Holocaust Theology, 2002. Address: Department of Theology & Religious Studies, University of Wales, Lampeter SA48 7ED, Wales.