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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This is a ‘s revision of a ‘s original. In After AuschwitzRubenstein argued that the covenant had died. His first book, After Auschwitzexplored radical theological frontiers in Jewish thought.
Philosophers and theologians associated with Death of God theology. Jpennella rated it it was amazing Apr 13, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Pointedly, the experiences of the handicapped and the Gypsies Sinti and Roma prove that the Nazis were perfectly capable of conceiving and rubensten an exterminationist strategy against identifiable groups that lacked any significant history of demonization by Christian theology.
Unfortunately, fater of my liberal academic colleagues did not understand the full nature of the threat as did Rev. As ground and source, God creates as does a mother, in and through her own very substance.
Among those Protestants, the discussions centred on modern secular unbelief, the collapse of the belief in any transcendent order to the universe, and their implications for Christianity. Trivia About After Auschwitz: In this he shares similarities with Rudolf Otto.
Terms like “ground” and “source” stand in contrast to the terms used for the transcendent biblical God of history who is known as a supreme king, a auchwitz, a creator, a judge, a maker. Deep, thought provoking book tackling the discussion of belief and tradition in the aftermath of the Holocaust. Mike Warner rated it really liked it Mar 05, Were the Nazis, many of whom were intellectuals, so uncreative that they had to import previously existing modes of thinking into their own?
Joe rated it liked it Apr 27, From his own first-hand, personal experience and out of his religious convictions, he understood how tragic a political and social blight that movement had been.
Richard L. Rubenstein
He comments, quote I can never forget the way in which Communists of Jewish origin insisted that Hitler’s war was of no concern to them until the Nazi attack on the Soviet Union on June 22, Womeldorf rated it really liked it Dec 24, The demise of the last Jew would have been followed by the acceleration of an enlarged extermination campaign against the Russians, Poles, and other Slavs However, as a movement of thought among theologians in Protestant circles, it had dissipated from its novelty by the turn of the s.
Rubenstein has two honorary doctorates: For instance, the much-condemned Christian prayers for the salvation of Jews implied a caring for the fate of the Jews, an affirmation of their worth as human beings, and a belief in their rehabilitation before God. Rubenstein argued that Jews could rrubenstein longer advocate the notion of an omnipotent God at work in history or espouse the election of Israel as the chosen people. Paperbackpages.
In this revised and expanded edition, Richard Rubenstein returns to old questions and addresses new issues auschditz the same passion and spirit that characterized his original work.
After Auschwitz: radical theology and contemporary Judaism – Richard L. Rubenstein – Google Books
Rubenstein began his tertiary education at Hebrew Union Collegean institution within the Reform Judaism tradition. Considering the ferocity with which religious Jews dealt with blasphemy, this takes on further significance. 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.
He then was awarded the Master of Hebrew Literature from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America Conservative tradition and was also ordained as a rabbi by that institution.