A Divine Madness: Rabbi Avigdor Miller's Defense of Hashem in the Matter of the Holocaust
Annotations by Darrell M. Zaslow
Rabbi Avigdor Miller's last word about the origins of the Holocaust. Though the Rabbi often alluded to this book in his lectures, it remained unpublished for over forty years. At last, this remarkable work is available, describing as only Rabbi Miller could the shocking, disturbing origins of the Holocaust.
Read the riveting story a nation estranged from its Creator, slipping farther and farther from Torah observance and towards its own annihilation. See pre-war Europe through the eyes of a Torah sage who was there.
Hard cover, 300 pages.?Sample pages.
FROM PAGE 184:
The first and most fundamental of all purposes of events, and especally an event of such vastly fearsome scope [as the Holocaust], is to awaken men from the lethargy of habit and materialism and to cause them to think of G-d.
The manner in which this catastrophe took place offers numerous clues and hints of the causes and the purposes. This colossal tragedy of history deserves endless study, and as long as the world endures, man can continue to gain lessons of the greatest magnitude.
The insane and entirely causeless hatred against Israel was nothing less than a divine madness...