In feminist, political, and liberation theology, Christian theologians have worked to develop a hermeneutics where the subject matter — the event — can once again be allowed to rule. Christian theologians have reexamined early Christian antisemitism to find the context wherein it emerged and have sought to make speculative systems responsible to the concrete world of political power. Theological and historical antisemitism created a culture that was structurally poisoned, that preselected a target group, and that theologically as well as morally eased the consciences of those actors in the drama of the Third Reich by historically supporting the virtues of ethnic and cultural citizenship. The cultural content nourished the sociopolitical continuum. Feminist, Afro-Americans, and liberation theologies as well as our engagement in dialogue on the meaning of the Holocaust have forced Christians to examine their own complicity in sociopolitical evil and have inspired to suggest remedies.