Nazism is divine punishment visited upon the Jews for rejecting the Torah and choosing assimilation
RELS105B_Judaism, Christianity, Islam__Rubenstein – “After Auschwitz” – Contemporary Jewish Theology: A Reader.
Forum: What problem does Rubenstein address in his essay, and what solution does he arrive at?Be sure to adhere to the following guidelines when you post your responses:
a. Make your thoughts coherent and your writing clear.
b. You must respond to the question in 150-300 words.
c. You must rely on the text(s) and cite it/them at least once in your response.
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“The problem addressed in the text is this, “Nazism is divine punishment visited upon the Jews for rejecting the Torah and choosing assimilation” (Rubenstein 375). Further explained, the quote is saying this was punishment due to their lack of faith in God. The religious question asked in the text was, “Did God use Hitler and the Nazis as his agents to inflict terrible sufferings and death upon six million Jews, including more than one million children” (Rubenstein 376). One possible explanation for this is that the innocent may have been called upon to be a sacrifice for the guilty (Rubenstein 377). Due to their lack of faith/ unfaithfulness, the author expresses the need for a divine-human relationship (Rubenstein 378). The author explains the importance of not just believing in God, but putting your faith into practice and building a solid foundation/ relationship with God (Rubenstein 379). That is how we work to solve this problem of suffering, is by doing life with God and building a strong foundation. It is important to live out His word and His truth daily. ”
This is not an A+ writing. So, I think you can do better.
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