1 edition of Faith and Doubt of Holocaust Survivors found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
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For contextual coherence, the testimonial material is organized alongside the historical events of World War II, specifically the rise of Hitler, the escalation of the Nazi occupation in Europe, and the mass extermination of the Jews that followed. Synopsis The Faith and Doubt of Holocaust Survivors reveals the victims' frank and thought-provoking answers to searching questions about their experiences: Was the Holocaust God's will?
Currently, there are 150 active chapters in the United States and overseas. "Spirituality is the engine that drives 'Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero. Many were members of Zionist and even anti-Zionist movements. 11 on the role of the metaphysical in societies and the historical precedence for violence, and does not rely on political hyperbole.
"A talking-head technique is all that's needed in a project like this; it's hard to imagine anything besides language layered over the billows of smoke coming from downtown Gotham. " Teresa Donati Marciano, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Sociology Review "Rabbi Brenner's book is a rich footnote to Arendt and Orwell.
A reaffirmation of religious belief? During the Holocaust, he was also exempt from putting on the tefillin.
"Whatever your relationship with God, Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero is TV of a higher calling. The Faith and the Doubt of Holocaust Survivors The Faith and Doubt of Holocaust Survivors" is without question an extraordinary achievement. "Through the voices of survivors and surviving relatives, the documentary finds hope amid the pain and solace amid the loss. [I]t offers valuable testimony as to what the Holocaust did to the beliefs of the people who lived through it.
Many years later, my aunt Bluma revealed to me that my mother had her infant son in her arms. Did the Holocaust change beliefs about the coming of the Messiah, the Torah, the Jews as the chosen people, and the nature of God?
11-related programs will be of value to viewers, but this PBS documentary is certainly one of them.
The Faith and Doubt of Holocaust Survivors is a book that cannot be rewritten principally but not solely because the subjects are no longer with us.
What We Expect of God Until the Holocaust, the traditional view of God and His connection with Israel had remained intact: God was our Provider and Protector.