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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - April 23, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaFriday april 23, 1965 the National jewish Post and Opinio Heschel is embarrassed rabbi Levy resi9"s basis by views he no to voice lne Quot Cual hot it let re no a London a issuing a Denun the traditions of Anglo jewry in new York a a comedy of errors which seemingly cannot be halted has continued to ascribe to embarrassed rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel comments on christianity which he has disowned. The views were Given distribution when they were reprinted in the jewish digest a monthly publication. From there they were picked up by a Catholic publication and for the first time came to the attention of or. Heschel. He repudiated the article and the digest noted the denial. This however not Stop its republication. Latest place where the views appeared Are in the bulletin of Beth Al Zedeck congregation in Indianapolis. A member of the congregation immediately charged that or. Heschel s a understanding of Christian Doc Trine is inaccurate when he states that a in Christian theology it is inconceivable that Man should Ever be Able to do anything the protesters were or. And mrs. B. Harold Chetkow who asserted that. A we feel that this is an example of jewish stereotyping against christians As glaring As the Many Christian stereotypes about called to the attention of or. Heschel by the Host and opinion he responded a the statement printed in the bulletin is ridiculous unworthy of scholar. I have never made it. Never written it and i am not responsible for it.�?�. It turned out the item was pub shed in the Beth Al bulletin by the congregate fun s new executive director. Stanley Levy. He had used the views in the bulletin of Temple Emanuel in Miami Beach his previous Post As executive director Over a year ago. David h. White publisher of the jewish digest told the Post and opinion that the piece was probably taken from the Temple Emanuel bulletin in new York. He said there Quot is nothing mysterious about the piece. I believe it is a Good statement a perhaps it does not coincide with the thinking of or. Heschel or it might have been taken out of context. A the Only real thing about it a he continued a is that we ran it that it has been picked up by a great number of he added that the item had appeared in South Africa in Alaska and in Canada. The item in full reads Tiow Judaism differs christianity starts with one idea about Man Judaism starts with another. The idea that Judaism starts with is that Man is created in the likeness of god. You done to have to go far to discover that it is possible to bring Forth the divine within you and the divine in other Meo. It is with that Opportunity that i begin As a jew. Christianity begins with the Basic Assumption that Man is essentially depraved and painful a that left to himself to can do nothing. He has to be saved. Man starts with despair. To the profoundest minds in Christian theology it is inconceivable that Man should Ever be Able to do anything Good. This is not the jewish Way of thinking. When i walk through the streets of a City and a Christian missionary meets me the first question he asks me is a what do you do for the salvation of your soul a i have never thought of salvation. It is not a jewish problem. My problem is what Mitzvah can i do next. Am i going to say a Brocho Blessing ? am i going to be kind to another person to study torah How am i going to prepare for the Sabbath those Are my problems. The Central Issue in Judaism is the Mitzvah the sacred act. And it is the greatness of Man that he can do a Mitzvah. How great we Are that we can fulfil the will of god Pauline christianity starts with the idea that Man is never Able to fulfil the will of god. All he has to do essentially is wait for salvation. Here we have two different ways a the classical jewish Way and the other Way. I have profound respect for christianity and Christian theology. Christianity is one Way and Judaism is another. I As a jew do not know what despair is. Despair Means utter futility being utterly lost. I will never be lost. 1 know where i came from. I know where i am going. I am the son of Abraham. Despite All my imperfections faults and sins i remain a part of that covenant that god made with Abraham we Are going toward the kingship of god and the messianic Era. This is the preciousness of being a jew. Citation of the chief Rabbinate without mentioning rabbi Israel Brodie by name. Rabbi Isaac Levy has resigned As spiritual Leader of the Hampstead synagogue. The resignation was the most recent in the series of eruptions in the fight which began several years ago Between rabbi Louis Jacobs and the chief Rabbinate. Rabbi Levy criticized the Quot intellectual intolerance prevailing in the British jewish Community asserting that under Normal conditions he would have regarded it As a bankable to retire at this 1 Tage of his career a recent events a he said in his Farewell Sermon a have disrupted the even Tenor of the Community a religious life a the manifestation of an attitude of intellectual intolerance so alien to general and to the United synagogue in particular the adoption of a rigid interpretation of our Faith which Many of us regard As contrary to the True spirit of historical Judaism. Buy Israel Bonds male Israel a Cong. Lagudas Achin Thel a Shaar Zedek a Bani Jacoth Sedrish hag Odol a the Elohim shei Sfard Splon Erith is flannel cited he a a Ituna sly All agree a a a Zion Alifi Means Quality a 1shei of Israel 3ngs of a Temple Ieth i inc. Agu oath i Jael a Sinia Templi ample b Nai brith a ahava tii Achin a shei Emeth a Cong. Adereth Zion a message to rabbis and cantors left to tight c. A. 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