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Journey to the Holocaust

Anti-Semitism, the Bible and History

Author: Susanna Kokkonen

Product code: B512

Through the author`s personal experiences we see that the Holocaust is present in today`s world. The question is: what is our responsibility today?

A connection exists between the first promises of the Bible, made to the Jewish people, and the most recent anti-Semitic incidents around the world. The Holocaust could not have taken place without certain conditions, which included traditional Christian anti-Semitism. This book takes us on a journey from the Bible to the Church Fathers; the Enlightenment Era to WWI; then to WWII and the Holocaust. We finish our journey in our post-Holocaust world where we need to understand our responsibility.

About the Author

Susanna Kokkonen

Dr. Susanna Kokkonen travels around the world speaking to Christian, Jewish and civic audiences about the Holocaust, Genocide, anti-Semitism and Israel today. She has lectured in the parliaments of Canada, Finland and Sweden as well as at the European Parliament.  In addition to teaching, she is currently helping an orphanage in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya.


Originally from Finland, Dr. Kokkonen worked as an Israel Lobbying Director at the European Parliament in Brussels and as the Cultural Attache at the Embassy of Finland in Tel Aviv. In 2004, she received her Ph.D. in Holocaust Studies from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where her dissertation topic was Jewish Refugees in Post-War Italy, 1945-1951. Fluent in six languages, she is skilled in presenting difficult content in a way that touches hearts, inspiring positive action and reconciliation between people and the past.


Until recently, Dr. Kokkonen was the Director of the Christian Friends of Yad Vashem, World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem, Israel. In that capacity, she escorted Christian dignitaries, addressed Christian groups, launched and organized over 10 Christian Leadership Seminars hosting participants from over 50 countries.  Dr. Kokkonen also successfully launched the Christian Friends of Yad Vashem’s Prayer and Study Tour, reliving history in Israel from the times of the Bible until today.