Dachau: a silent witness

      Dachau: a silent witness
Art takes up the subject of the silence of God during one of the darkest moments of Jewish calamity the Nazi concentration camps The seeming absence of God, when rightly understood, provides a key to the knowledge of His true reality and presence. Download Dachau: a silent witness by Arthur Katz – heartforum.co.uk

Art Katz was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1929 of Jewish parents Raised through the depression years and turbulence of World War II, and inducted into Marxist and existentialist ideologies, as well as merchant marine and military experiences, Art was brought to a final moral crisis as a high school teacher able to raise, but not able to answer the groaning perplexities of the modern age During a leave of absence and on a hitch hiking odyssey through Europe and the Middle East, the cynical and unbelieving atheist, vehement anti religionist and anti Christian was radically apprehended by a God who was actively seeking him The actual journal of that experience, Ben Israel Odyssey of a Modern Jew, recounts his quest for the true meaning to life, which climaxed significantly and symbolically in Jerusalem For More Visit the official Website About Art KatzArthur Katz also published under the name Art Katz and Aaron Katz disambiguated as Aaron Katz

      Dachau: a silent witness
 – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 35 pages
  • Dachau: a silent witness
  • Arthur Katz
  • English
  • 23 November 2018
  • 0974963186

10 thoughts on “ Dachau: a silent witness

  1. Eli says:

    A profound criticism of inauthentic religion and a call to tremble at God s word Truth must be loved above comfort Full of incisive questions.

  2. Chris Olive says:

    A prophetic word that Jew and Gentile need to hear but most will dismiss out of hand Ironic, since this sentiment and continuing blindness to the Ageless Character of God and His Judgements based on our ...

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