Dr. Knight moved recently to New Hampshire from Tulsa, Oklahoma, where over the course of 16 years he (a) served the Jewish Federation of Tulsa as director of the Council for Holocaust Education, (b) taught "The
Christian Problem of the Holocaust,"; at Phillips Theological Seminary, and (c) was University Chaplain and the Applied Associate Professor of Hermeneutic and Holocaust Studies at The University of Tulsa. A graduate of the University of Alabama (English Literature) and Emory University's Candler School of Theology, Dr. Knight is an ordained Methodist minister who specializes in post-Holocaust Christian theology. His publications include Confessing Christ in a Post-Holocaust World (Greenwood Press, 2000), "The Holy Ground of Hospitality: Good News for a Shoah-tempered World,"; in Good News After Auschwitz? "Christian Faith Within a Post-Holocaust World," ed. by John K. Roth and Carol Rittner (Mercer Press, 2001), and "Locating God: Placing Ourselves in a Post-Shoah World," in Fire in the Ashes: God, Evil, and the Holocaust, ed. by John K. Roth and David Patterson (University of Washington Press, 2005). In 1996 Dr. Knight co-founded the Pastora Goldner (now Stephen S. Weinstein) Holocaust Symposium, an international gathering of Holocaust and genocide scholars that meets biennially at Wroxton College in northern Oxfordshire, England. He co-chairs the symposium with Dr. Leonard Grob of Fairleigh Dickinson University.