|Session Twenty-Two: Theological Responses to the Nazi Holocaust. Led by Susan Towers. In the first edition of "After Auschwitz", published in 1961, Richard Rubenstein (1924-2013) claimed that the destruction of European Jewry meant Jews could no longer affirm the myth of an omnipotent God or its corollary, the election of Israel. Emil Fakenheim (1916-2003) provided a meaningful response to Rubenstein in his 1970 work, "God's Presence in History". For additional information about this class, please contact Peter Zoll at firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch for the Zoom link in an eBlast closer to the event.