Maritain's solution is also a better alternative than the annihilationist
This tendency was expressed in a plethora of anti-Zionist movies and literature that highlighted the alleged collaboration between Zionists and Nazis (1) and either denied the Holocaust altogether or, once again, minimized the Nazi annihilationist
policy toward the Jews by stressing the "Fascist atrocities" toward the "peaceful Soviet civilians" for example in Elem Klimov's film Idi i Smotri (1985).
14) As it turns out, Lancaster, whose background was Seventh-day Adventist, was an annihilationist
who rejected the doctrine of the Trinity.
It's also the increasingly menacing annihilationist
threats emanating from Iran's leaders.
strain in Palestinian ideology, present since 1948, has not disappeared.
The Creature is no annihilationist
, nor is he a nihilistic existentialist.
This, too, I believe: Through violence, anti-Semitic incitation, and annihilationist
threats, Palestinian factions have contributed mightily to the absence of peace and made it harder for America to adopt the balance required.
It's important to decide what's more significant: the annihilationist
anti-Israel ranting, the Holocaust denial and other Iranian provocations--or the fact of a Jewish community living, working and worshiping in relative tranquility.
ItAEs important to decide whatAEs more significant: the annihilationist
anti-Israel ranting, the Holocaust denial and other Iranian provocations u or the fact of a Jewish community living, working and worshipping in relativeAatranquility.
Hulga is an annihilationist
because she harbors what Nietzsche called ressentiment; she bitterly resents having been pierced at the center of her being.
This theological anti-Judaism served to give shape to a powerful national identity out of archaic, ambivalent materia ls, and Foxe's theology ultimately forged an annihilationist
discourse--it would not tolerate a Judaism it saw as a direct threat.
Churchill takes fierce issue with the exclusivist or uniqueness concept of the Nazi genocide propounded by both Lipstadt and Katz, which tends to view the Nazi genocide as the only truly gratuitous and universally annihilationist
atrocity against a people, treating other possible instances as the incidental byproducts of the more pragmatic goals of colonialism (the Amerindian genocide), communism (the Cambodian genocide) or nationalism (the Armenian genocide).