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The Grammar of Silence
God Is a Questioning of God
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affirm Allah allows archetype Auschwitz Azriel becomes challenge character child Christian theology claim configuration context covenant creates crucified Crucifixion dead death camps dismembering divine Douglas Elie Wiesel Emil Fackenheim emplotment event evil experience faith Father Faust future generis God's Harry James Harry James Cargas hero Holocaust horror Ibid identity Israel Jesus Jewish Judaism Jurgen Moltmann Kolvillag language legend listening literary living Marion Wiesel means memory metaphor midrash Moltmann monomyth Moshe murdered narrative narrator Nazi Night oath ontological passion Paul van Buren plot pogrom post-Holocaust prayer present protagonist question reality religion religious response reveals Richard Rubenstein root-metaphor Rosenzweig sacred sacrifice sense Sighet silence society speak structure struggle submissive Christ supersessionism survival survivor tell the story tension theologians theological tion tradition tragic trans transcendent unique victim violence violent world vision voice W.C. Smith wandering Jew Wiesel New York Wiesel's stories Wiesel's writing words world view