OF GOD, THE DEVIL AND THE JEWS by Dagobert D. Runes

OF GOD, THE DEVIL AND THE JEWS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A book concerned with religion and morality, written in fierce indignation at a world which walks not with God but against him, murdering and hating. God is creative thought in man, the author says, and the only prayer that reaches him is the longing for the unity of mankind and ensuing peace of mind. A great deal of the book consists of mbardments of those who violate the code of brotherhood:- anti-Semites, oppressors of the Negroes, people who cater to pets rather than feeding the starving millions of their human brothers... He calls upon the Talmudic literature for his religious base, demanding courage against aggression and mercy on humanity in fighting terms rather than reflective nes.

Pub Date: July 15th, 1952
Publisher: Philosophical Library