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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - November 5, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaFriday november 5, 1965 the National jewish Post and opinion see chapter As threaten insult stronger stand 1 new York a an outspoken reaction to the Vatican declaration on the jews has come from an official of the jewish organization which played a leading role in its passage. Rabbi Marc h. Tanenbaum director of the department of inter religious affairs of the a committee asserted that the number of jews who Are a Happy Quot with the document in its present form is Small. A Tanenbaum divided the jews into three groups As far As their reaction to the statement is concerned. 1. There Are those who resent it. 2. There Are those who Are indifferent to it. 3. There Are those who Welcome it but with regrets. He then went on to Analyse the feelings of those whom he said were mostly traditional religious elements and who Felt that the declaration is both a threat and an insult. A the threat and insult exist on several Levels a he wrote in the new York Herald Marc Tanenbaum not very Happy Tribune. First the document appears not to have resolved conclusively the ancient ambivalence of love and contempt for jews and Judaism which has dominated Church literature and practice for almost two Mil Lenia. A that failure leaves open the suppression Boom ranging first scholarly probe finds discrimination Waltham mass. A the first statement on discrimination against russian jews coming from a group of Independent scholars and not jewish Community leaders Lias found that the rights of the jewish minority in the user Are being suppressed. The conference on the status of soviet minorities this past weekend to oct. 29 at Brand is University found a Sharp renewal of jewish National consciousness in the soviet Union. Panellists who led the discussion on the status of the jews saw the resurgence in part As a reaction to the regimes Steps to deprive jews of their National minority rights in the cultivation of their own language educational system and religion. The panellists agreed that suppression of jewish rights had produced an unexpected response from the jews who had already been assimilated in the drive for a ossification. This response they contended reflected a sense of jewish consciousness and a desire for renewed group identity even by the assimilated jews. It also evoked they said an intense interest in the state of Israel among the soviet jews. Possibility that bigots and anti semites will be Able to exploit negative teachings about jews saying that these Are a not inconsistent with the truths of the a on the one hand the declaration affirms that a the spiritual Patrimony common to christians and jews is so on the other hand it asserts that a the Church is the new people of god a the Plain influence being that the old people of god the jews have been superseded. A now jews acknowledge that this a new people doctrine is Basic to the gospels and no jew would presume to ask christians to revise their sacred scriptures for Good will purposes any More than jews will allow the revision of their torah or talmud for inter Faith Harmony. However the ultimate effectiveness of this declaration will be seriously compromised and christians begin to realize How seriously they offend their Mother Faith and the dignity of the jewish people by this emphasis on a a preparation Evango Licay Judaism existed Only to prepare the Way for the emergence of christianity. A there is now a growing body of respectable theological opinion which understands that the problem is no longer How jews continue to justify their existence since the coming of Christ but How do christians justify their claim to enter the covenant that god made with his chosen people. In the final analysis this declaration Points up sharply that the relation of the Church to Israel is still very much a a mystery and a great Deal More of patient study and prayer will be necessary before gods judgments and ways yield to human searching and finding out romans 11 33. Although official jewish reaction As stated by National jewish organizations expressed Only mild disappointment the editorials in the Anglo jewish newspapers of the United states varied from Strong resentment to nominal satisfaction on the Vatican councils chapter on the jews. Outspoken columnist Milton k. Susman in t h e jewish chronicle of Pittsburgh a Community owned publication asserted that. The document which the roman Catholic Bishops approved should leave every sensitive self respecting jew with a feeling of utter let Down and he described the document adopted by the holy fathers As a a spineless a a sheer Flummer and Sweet sentiment which lacks the sting of forthrightness and the Assurance of Good it is said Susman a like a Bone tossed to a hungry dog to keep him from the american examiner of Brooklyn also voiced its disappointment. It said editorially removal of the word a a deicide does not add any dignity or moral stature to the action. A but even More regrettable was the decision to use the word a deplore instead of a condemn with reference to anti semitism a it stated. Although describing the document As a inadequate a the jewish news of Newark said it was nevertheless a a tremendous Forward step by the Catholic a its principal significance. Is found in its repudiation of doctrinal descriptions of the jew As one who for All eternity must Bear the responsibility for the death of Christ a the news said. But the Cleveland jewish news said flatly the matter of deicide has not been settled a a Justice has not been a far from sounding the death Knell of anti semitism the declaration and the discussion preceding it have in some ways Given a kind of rationale for jew hatred. A the news said. It suggested that the ecumenical Council May have been motivated by liberalism and tolerance. But the Core of the indictment is in fact reinforced a a jews the declaration implies were involved in the act of male. Israel a Cong. 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