Complete summary of Richard L. Rubenstein’s After Auschwitz. eNotes plot summaries cover all the significant action of After Auschwitz. After Auschwitz has 53 ratings and 6 reviews. In this revised and expanded edition, Richard Rubenstein returns to old questions and addresses new issues. After Auschwitz, by Richard L. Rubenstein; The Religious Imagination, by Richard L. Rubenstein. God may be dead, but the Jewish people must live, although.
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In addition, unlike the measurement of ingredients in a cake, there is no way of determining if Christian demonization of Jews was a significant ingredient in Nazi ideology.
Deep, thought provoking book tackling the discussion of belief and tradition in the aftermath of the Holocaust.
Rubenstein was a defender of the Unification Church and served on its advisory council,  as well as on the board of directors of the church-owned Washington Times newspaper. Finally, he pursued doctoral studies and received a Ph. However, as a movement of thought among theologians in Protestant circles, it had dissipated from its novelty by the turn of the s. Ann Landers vel Eppie Lederer who had painted Jewish Communists as selfless progressives-in-a-hurry and heroic anti-fascists antifascists and anti-Nazis, Rubenstein auschsitz on Jewish conduct during the German-Soviet alliance that included the conquest and dismemberment of Poland.
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Rubenstein departs from the usual Judeocentric mode of thinking as he acknowledges the following, quote The aim of creating zuschwitz world in which God is dead or, more precisely, in which the Judaeo-Christian God is NEGATED [emphasis his] was at the heart of the Nazi program The thrust of the original was to produce a Radical Theology in Judaism.
Atter suggested that perhaps the way forward was to choose some form of paganism. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. As ground of being, God participates in all the joys and sorrows of the drama of creation which is, at the same time, the deepest expression of the divine life.
Were the Nazis, many of whom were intellectuals, so uncreative that they had to import previously existing modes of thinking into their own? This one isn’t worth your time. Theologians such as Altizer felt at the time that “as ‘Death of God’ theologians we have now been afteg by a distinguished Jewish theologian, Dr Richard Rubenstein.
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Considering the ferocity with which religious Jews dealt with blasphemy, this takes on further significance. Janet rated it it was amazing Jun 26, In the wake of the Holocaust, he believed that Jews have lost hope and there is no ultimate meaning to life.
It’s also repetitive and in some places did not age well, particularly in the final section on changing sexual values and homosexuality. Alessandra rated it really liked it Jul 12, Trivia About After Auschwitz: Books by Richard L. This page was last edited on 14 Novemberat Ruubenstein view it, click here.
Sydney rated it liked it Jun 12, Oct 09, Jan Peczkis rated it liked it. The demise of the last Jew would have been followed by the acceleration of an enlarged extermination campaign against the Russians, Poles, and auscywitz Slavs He remains essentially outside of and judges the creative processes he has initiated.
Rubenstein began his tertiary education at Hebrew Union Collegezuschwitz institution within the Reform Judaism tradition.
Thus, he writes, quote For a Jew who holds firmly to the doctrine of the election of Israel and the Torah as the sole content of God’s revelation to mankind, the Aftet insistence upon the decisive character of the Christ-event in human history must be at best error and at worse blasphemy. The biggest disappointment is Rubenstein’s inability to fully let go of his religion in spite of his honest analysis of the consequences.
It is a theology informed by Nietzsche, Hegel, and Camus. Moreover, religious-based demonizations became more and more unimportant with the emergence of the modern secular state.
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