Celebrated scholar Franklin H. Littell presents an innovative solution to the visual representation of faith in the modern age. This is an essential reference work based on the latest scholarship and features 200 maps and 240 illustrations.
Franklin H Littell (1917-2009)was an American Protestant scholar. He is known for his writings rejecting supersessionism and, in light of the Holocaust, advocated educational programs to improve relations between Christians and Jews. Littell dedicated his life to researching the Holocaust and bringing its tragic lessons in human rights to widespread public attention. In public meetings, on campuses and in churches, he raised one of the first voices of conscience in the post-war period, talking about the lessons of the Holocaust. Littell is regarded by some as a founder of the field of Holocaust studies, having established at several institutions masters and doctoral programs devoted to study of the Holocaust.